The fatal shooting has brought to light the very controversial …
Updated: Sunday, 03 Mar 2013, 6:53 PM EST
Published : Wednesday, 30 Jan 2013, 7:28 PM EST
FAIRBORN, Ohio (WDTN) - A report recently released by the Greene County Prosecutor's office has revealed more information regarding the Fairborn home invasion that left one man dead.
Those involved told investigators the five suspects went to the house in the 1-thousand block of Victoria Avenue Monday to buy marijuana from one of the residents, but admitted to police it was a set-up to rob them.
The report states Anthony Barwick II, 20, of Dayton and Deron McGuire Jr., 23, of Dayton admitted they devised a plan to rob the residents for money and drugs. The duo brought along London Norman,23, of Dayton, Tavaughn Lewis, 19, of Dayton, and Ta'Vaun Fambrough,19, of Dayton, to help.
Barwick contacted one of the residents and was let into the home, where the report states he purchased a bag of marijuana for $300.
It states minutes later McGuire, Norman, Lewis and Fambrough entered through the front door. McGuire brandished a plastic gun and ordered both Barwick and the resident on the ground. The report said they told police this was in an attempt to further trick the resident.
The resident called to his roommate for help, who told police he was upstairs at the time. A fight began and ultimately the roommate opened fire, shooting Barwick in the leg and Fambrough in the chest.
Fambrough later died from his injuries.
"I was shocked when I heard news of his death," said Amy Richardson, who was a former teacher of Fambrough. "Its a tragedy to know he was going to college, but then make this terrible mistake and lose his life. Its terrible."
Fambrough was a freshman at Central State University, but before college he was in Richardson's business classes at Ponitz in Dayton. He graduated in 2012.
"He was fun loving, loved music and was a very, very intelligent young man."
But her description of his character is exactly why Richardson said she is so shocked by the incident. She said she hopes this tragedy will be a life lesson to others.
"My students who knew Ta'Vaun keep talking about how out of character this all sounds," said Richardson. "I hope through this tragedy young people will get the message to not be a follower and to not make the same mistake because there are choices in life that sometimes you cannot walk away from."
The four surviving suspects remain in police custody and are facing felony charges including aggravated burglary, robbery and kidnapping.
A grand jury is expected to review the case next week and will decide formal charges.
The residents in this incident have not been arrested or charged.