- Associated Press - Friday, December 11, 2015

CINCINNATI (AP) - A grand jury in Cincinnati has indicted three men in the armed break-in at the home of a federal judge last week.

The indictment was issued Friday in the Dec. 4 break-in which authorities say Judge Susan Dlott (duh-LAHT’) and her husband, former attorney Stanley Chesley, were robbed.

Prosecutors say the three men followed them home from a restaurant and forced their way into the house in Indian Hills. The men were arrested shortly afterward.

The indictment charges 21-year-old Terry Darnell Jackson, 20-year-old Demetrius Williams and 21-year-old Darrell Joseph Kinney with a litany of crimes including aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery and kidnapping.

Jackson’s and Kinney’s attorneys didn’t immediately return calls Friday. Williams’ attorney, Brad Fox, said he was reviewing the indictment and had no immediate comment.

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