Man admits to killing Toledo man he planned to rob of money, drugs

<span id="bIImageViewer_CaptionTextID">From Left to Right: 23-year-old Ashley Hundstrucker, 23-year-old Kevin P Brooks, and 25-year-old Daquaine L Booth</span>

A Toledo man has admitted that he shot and killed a man he planned to rob on New Year's Eve.

Daquaine Booth pleaded guilty in court Friday to the 2012 murder. He admitted to shooting Brian Minley, a University of Toledo student, on Dec. 31 after arranging to buy marijuana from Minley's Berdan Ave. home.

The group arrived to set up a fake drug deal, according to police. Minley was shot and taken to a nearby hospital where he later died.

Ashley Hundstrucker and Kevin Brooks were also involved in the slaying and have both admitted to complicity to commit involuntary manslaughter.

Booth has been sentenced to life in prison. He will be eligible for parole after 18 years.