Two suspects in deadly shooting at Brennan's Colony plead guilty

Two suspects in deadly shooting at Brennan's Colony plead guilty
Jim Brennan was killed on June 30, 2014. (Source: Family)

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH (WOIO) - Two brothers accused in the murder of restaurant owner Jim Brennan pleaded guilty to all charges against them today.

Darien Jones, 21, and Brandon Jones, 23, both pleaded guilty to all 14 counts against them: two counts of aggravated murder, one count of murder, three counts of aggravated robbery, two counts of aggravated burglary, two counts of felonious assault and four counts of kidnapping.

The two were involved in the June 30, 2014 murder of Brennan, who was shot to death while opening his restaurant, Brennan's Colony on Lee Road in Cleveland Heights.

Brandon Jones could face up to 121 years to life without parole. Darien Jones could face 37 years to life in prison.

Brothers Devonne Turner, 27, and Paul Turner, 24, are also accused in the crime. Their sentencing has been delayed until their cases are resolved. The Turner brothers are scheduled for trial on March 25.

Devonne Turner faces the same charges as the Jones brothers, plus additional counts of receiving stolen property and having weapons under disability.

Paul Turner is charged with obstructing justice, having weapons under disability and tampering with evidence.

Prosecutors say the Jones brothers have agreed to testify at any upcoming trials as part of their plea agreement.

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