Pippens also told Wines that he saw another man, Johnathan Capers, at the scene with Dunn during the shooting. Capers was arrested on a misdemeanor false informing charge in the case for lying to police about his involvement. He pleaded guilty in October of 2012 and was sentenced to 180 days in jail.
The trial ended for the day after Wines’ testimony and is expected to continue this morning with more testimony.
If convicted of the Class A felony, Dunn could receive up to 50 years in prison.
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