Allen Pleads Guilty In Peace Bowl Murder

Dante Allen / Courtesy Cincinnati Police
Dante Allen / Courtesy Cincinnati Police

(CINCINNATI) -- Dante Allen, the man indicted for the murder of Ernest Crear near the "Peace Bowl" youth football game last August, has pled guilty.

As part of a plea deal, Allen, 19, entered a guilty plea to a reduced charge of voluntary manslaughter.

He is expected to get 18 years in prison when he is formally sentenced on April 22.

He had been indicted on four counts, including murder with specifications, felonious assault and having weapons under disability. He faced life in prison if he would have been convicted on all counts.