Trio accused of Boy Scout robbery plead guilty

Nashon Wallace, Kenneth Hodge and David Keeling (Courtesy Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
Nashon Wallace, Kenneth Hodge and David Keeling (Courtesy Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)

Posted by Trina Kinstler - email

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -- Three suspects accused of robbing a Boy Scout Christmas tree stand in early December have pled guilty.

Kenneth Hodge, 19, Nashon Wallace, 21 and David Keeling, 19, all pled guilty Tuesday to charges of robbery and aggravated robbery. Keeling and Wallace also face charges of having weapons under disability.

The trio apparently knocked down two of the Boy Scouts and their fathers, threatened them with a gun, and took $350.

A local business owner replaced the money, and the Boy Scouts ended up selling out their trees.