Hall Pleads Guilty in Beumer Case

One of the men involved with a controversial home invasion case has pleaded guilty.
One of the men involved with a controversial home invasion case has pleaded guilty.

Jeton Hall entered a guilty plea, Monday, on charges of burglary resulting in bodily injury, criminal confinement, and theft.  A criminal gang enhancement was dropped against Hall as part of the deal.

Police say in February of 2012, Hall and three other men broke into Ira Beumer's house and robbed him at gunpoint.

After the robbery, police say Beumer chased the suspects in his car.  During that chase, authorities say the suspects crashed on Big Cynthiana Road, killing one of the suspected robbers.

Hall could face between 20 and 50 years in prison when he is sentenced next month.

Nalakeio Bennett has already been convicted in the case, and Beumer is facing a murder trial in March of 2014.
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