In a surprising move, an Evansville man was sentenced to more than the prosecutor was asking for.
A judge sentenced Eric Dunn to six years for his involvement in the 2012 home invasion of Ira Beumer.
With time served and time earned for his good behavior, Dunn will only serve six months in jail and six months on probation.
The prosecutor requested home detention and the defense requested four years suspended to probation.
Dunn pled guilty to assisting a criminal for his involvement in the home invasion robbery.
The other three have also plead guilty.
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