GEORGETOWN, OH (FOX19) - Adam Sweet pleaded guilty to aggravated murder Monday after he was accused of killing his grandmother in Brown County on March 16.
Sweet was sentenced to life in prison with parole eligibility after 30-years by Judge Scott Gusweiler.
Sweet was indicted in April in the death of his grandmother, Brenda Housh, who was found dead inside her home.
The case was investigated by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's Office, specifically the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Special Agent David Hornyak. The case was prosecuted by Assistant Prosecuting Attorneys Zac Corbin and Chris Van Harlingen.