Two women will be spending time behind bars for their respective roles in a violent home robbery of an elderly Bath Township man.
Summit County Prosecutors say 25-year old Samantha Furman will be spending 18 years in prison and 31-year old Christine Marshall will spend 10 years behind bars for their roles in the assault and robbery of David Allen last June.
Furman was working as a home health aide for Allen while recovering from brain surgery. Samantha told Michael Louthian, her ex-boyfriend, where Allen had cash, guns and TVs in his house
On June 26, Marshall drove Louthian, Justin Hill and Marid Asefi to the victim’s house. The three men went into the house, assaulted Allen and and stole guns, money, TVs and anything else they could find.
Furman was scheduled to work at the victim’s house on the two days immediately following the robbery, and did not show up for work either day.
A meals-on-wheels worker found the the 72-year old lying on the floor of his home two days later.
Allen had multiple surgeries as a result of the attack and will have to spend the rest of his life in an assisted living facility.
Asefi, Hill and Louthian were sentenced to 20 years in prison February 29th.