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Suspects in fatal Niles home invasion in court

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Michael S. Burns, 33, of Mineral Ridge Michael S. Burns, 33, of Mineral Ridge
Nichole R. Allen, 35, of Mineral Ridge Nichole R. Allen, 35, of Mineral Ridge
Scott C. Crislip, 18, of Niles Scott C. Crislip, 18, of Niles
Mindy Sierra, 32, of Mineral Ridge Mindy Sierra, 32, of Mineral Ridge

NILES, Ohio - Suspects in a burglary that left one man dead in Niles were in court Monday.

Scott C. Crislip, 18, of Cedar Street; Nichole R. Allen, 35, of Morris Street in Mineral Ridge; Michael S. Burns, 33, of Mineral Ridge; and Mindy C. Sierra, 32, of Mineral Ridge are each arraigned on a charge of felony burglary. 

Bond was set for Crislip at $10,000, Burns at $20,000, and Sierra at $7,500.

Terry D. Allen, of Mineral Ridge, was found outside the front door of 1539 Niles Cortland Rd. with a fatal gunshot wound to his torso after a possible burglary gone awry.

The resident of that home told police he heard two men talking as they tried to break in through the front door and he fired a single shot through his front door striking Allen.

The deceased, Terry D. Allen, has also been named a suspect in the burglary case.

Crislip and Allen turned themselves into police; Burns and Sierra were arrested on Friday afternoon.

Stay with wfmj.com and 21 News for the latest on this developing story.

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