CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A Waynesboro, Pa., man convicted in a 2002 home invasion robbery was sentenced Wednesday in Franklin County Court to two to five years in state prison.
Dustin Lamier, 20, of 8783 Kings Road, was sentenced by Judge Carol Van Horn to another five years on probation on charges of criminal conspiracy to commit robbery and criminal trespass. Van Horn fined him $550, and he has to pay another $250 to have his DNA registered with the state and $108 in restitution to the victim.
Lamier and three other people participated in the July 31, 2002, robbery at the home of Elizabeth Kimmel of Charmian Road, according to Washington Township police. One of the intruders, identified as Lamier in the affidavit of probable cause, pulled a gun on Kimmel and demanded money.