DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - A 17-year old says she is guilty of murder.
Raylin Holloway admitted to murder, felonious assault and aggravated robbery. She was to be tried as an adult for the murder of Willie Totty, III, 26.
Totty was shot and killed on a Dayton street in May 2011 after refusing to hand over his bicycle and cash to robbers.
Montgomery County prosecutors say Holloway and another defendant later tried to rob two women walking along Salem Avenue. The victims refused to hand over their money and more shots were fired. Luckily, this time, no one was hit.
Holloway will not be sentenced until the trial of the other suspect is complete. That trial is scheduled for May 13.
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