A Middletown Township man, who was charged with hiding evidence and receiving stolen property involved with a Lancaster County homicide, pleaded guilty to the charges last week, according to court documents.
Emlyn Lucas Jones, 24, was charged with felony counts of aiding consummation of crime, hindering apprehension or prosecution and receiving stolen property on May 20.
Brothers Kyle Wunder, 23, and Cody Wunder, 25, both of Aston, pleaded guilty in July to first- and second-degree murder, respectively, in the robbery and killing of 62-year-old Douglas C. Herr in Lancaster County on Aug. 17, 2012, according to the Delaware County Daily Times, and each was sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole.
Stephen Harmer, 27, of Lancaster County, was also convicted on charges of criminal homicide, robbery, burglary and conspiracy. He is scheduled for sentencing on Oct. 2, according to the Delaware County Daily Times.
Jones participated in concealing a shotgun and prybar allegedly used in the homicide and received between $55,000 and $65,000 of the proceeds from the robbery homicide, according to State Police.
Jones was sentenced to five to 23 months in county jail and five years probation, according to court documents.