TROY — Miami County prosecutors vowed Monday to fight to ensure Jason Durig, sentenced to 15 years to life for the abuse and murder of his 8-month-old son, “never sees the light of day” beyond prison walls. Durig, 29, of Troy pleaded guilty in December to felony murder and child endangering in the July death of his son, Caleb. The child’s grandparents, an aunt and an uncle called Durig “a monster with no heart” in a written statement read during Durig’s sentencing in county Common Pleas Court. Durig looked down at the defense table while the statement was read by a victim’s advocate.
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