Trumbull prosecutor opposes parole for convicted murderer

Staff report


The Trumbull County prosecutor is opposing parole for Felix Brown, 59, who killed his girlfriend in his Niles apartment in 1995 and has served 23 years of his sentence of 18 years to life.

Brown “suffers from a condition known as ‘Revolving Door Syndrome,’ Prosecutor Dennis Watkins said of the four times Brown has been sent to prison, the last of the four being for the murder.

Brown comes up for a parole hearing this month.

Brown was convicted at trial of killing Monica Brandon Feb. 24, 1995, by shooting her in the forehead with a gun he kept near in the headboard of the bed, according to Vindicator files. He said the shot was fired during an argument and was an accident.

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