Woman sentenced for role in deadly Sylvania break-in

David Irving

The second of three people convicted in the deadly August 2009 break-in at a Sylvania home was sentenced Wednesday.

Julie Britton, 26, pleaded no contest in April to one charge of attempted burglary in connection with a home invasion at 6945 Williamsburg Dr. on Aug. 28, 2009. She was convicted of playing a role in the burglary which led to the death of Louis Mason, 28. She will spend the next six months at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio. Her sentenced will begin June 1.

According to police, Mason was shot by the home's owner, Clay Hausenfleck, after entering with David Irving, 31, and Billy Wilkinson, 33. Investigators found over 200 marijuana plants growing in the basement of Hausenfleck's home after the incident.

Irving pleaded no contest earlier this month to a charge of aggravated burglary with a one year gun specification. He faces up to eleven years in prison when sentenced in June.

Wilkinson, received a four year prison sentence in March after pleading no contest to one count of burglary.

Hausenfleck, 46, was arrested after the Aug. incident and charged with possession of marijuana and illegal cultivation of marijuana. He pleaded guilty in Jan. and was later sentenced to three years in prison.