DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – The man responsible for a fatal police-involved shooting in Brookville was sentenced to 15 years in prison Friday morning.
Conrad Davis accepted a plea deal in January on involuntary manslaughter, felonious assault and felonious assault on a peace officer charges.
A judge sentenced Davis to eight years for the felonious assault on a peace officer charge for shooting Officer Henry Edds and to seven years for a firearm charge, for a total of 15 years behind bars.
Davis was also sentenced to five years for involuntary manslaughter in the death of Ashley Sides, 31, and to five years for felonious assault against Officer Frank Graci. Those sentences run concurrently with the other sentences for a total of 15 years.
The shootout happened at a Speedway gas station last October. According to court documents, Davis shot officer Henry Edds, who has since recovered.
During the shootout, officer Frank Graci fired shots, hitting Davis’ girlfriend three times. 31-year-old Ashley Sides was killed.
A Grand Jury has since cleared officers Graci and Edds, declining to indict them on charges related to that shooting.
According to the city of Brookville, Officer Graci has returned to active duty. Officer Edds is on medical leave as he recovers from his injuries.