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Jury hangs in slain Columbus imam’s kidnapping case

Isaiah Brown-Miller, 23, of the Northeast Side, in Franklin County Common Pleas Court on Jan. 31, 2023 during his trial on kidnapping and aggravated robbery charges in connection with the death of Columbus imam Mohamed Hassan Adam in December 2021. A mistrial was declared the next afternoon after a Franklin County jury declared it was hung and could not reach a unanimous decision.

A Franklin County jury could not decide whether to convict a Northeast Side man of having a role in the December 2021 death of prominent Columbus imam Mohamed Hassan Adam. 

The jury declared it was hung late Wednesday afternoon in the trial of 23-year-old Isaiah Brown-Miller, who was charged with kidnapping and aggravated robbery in connection with the death of the 48-year-old imam and leader of the local Muslim and Somali communities. After a seven-day trial, the jury deliberated for about eight hours on Tuesday and Wednesday before reporting it could not agree on a decision. 

Franklin County Common Pleas Judge Karen Phipps declared a mistrial. Brown-Miller’s case was scheduled for a status conference Feb. 8.

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