Dunn Sentenced for Role in Home Invasion Robbery

A man learns his fate for his role in the controversial home invasion robbery of local businessman Ira Beumer.
A man learns his fate for his role in the controversial home invasion robbery of local businessman Ira Beumer.

Eric Dunn is sentenced to six years in prison for assisting a criminal. He's expected to serve six months because of time already served. Dunn is the second of four defendants in the Beumer case to be sentenced.

After the Feburary 2012 robbery, police say Beumer chased the suspects in his car. They crashed on Big Cynthiana Rd., killing one of the suspected robbers.

Beumer was indicted by a grand jury for murder after chasing the suspects car. His trial is scheduled March 17.
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