Kokomo Tribune; Kokomo, Indiana

November 27, 2013

Police looking for suspect

Bond revoked for man accused of attempted murder.

From staff reports
Kokomo Tribune

---- — Kokomo Police are looking for a suspect in an attempted murder and are seeking help from the public.

Kareen Dunn, 23, was scheduled to go on trial in March on a charge stemming from the June 29, 2012, shooting of an Indianapolis man.

Dunn bonded out on that charge last year, but was arrested earlier this month on a new felony charge after police accused him of helping to hide his brother, Anthony Dunn, who is currently jailed on a murder charge. Police said Anthony Dunn killed Robert Patmon, 30, Farmington Hills, Mich., on Aug. 30 in Kokomo.

Kareen Dunn also bonded out of jail on the assisting a criminal charge, but police asked a Howard Superior Court judge to revoke Kareen’s bond on the attempted murder charge.

Last Friday, Kareen Dunn’s bond was ordered revoked, and he was to return to jail until his trial in March, but police have been unable to locate him.

Anyone with information on his wherebouts should call the Kokomo Police Hotline at 765-456-7017 or Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS with an anonymous tip.