Final Dietrich Home Invasion Defendant Sentenced
Shoshone, Idaho (KMVT-TV) Police say in March of last year, four people carrying guns and wearing masks broke into the Dietrich home of David and Colleen Connor, and held the couple at gunpoint.
Aaron Zachary Donabedian, 22, was intitially charged with second degree kidnapping, two counts of robbery, one count of burglary, and use of a deadly weapon. Two months ago, he pled guilty to aiding and abetting burglary and grand theft. Today he was sentenced on those charges.
District Judge John Butler says, "The court will impose penitentiary time of 10 years. 10 years fixed, no indeterminate, not to exceed 10."
That was for the aiding and abetting burglary charge. For the count of aiding and abetting grand theft, Judge Butler also sentenced Donabedian to serve up to 14 years in jail. Both of those sentences will run at the same time.
He's the last of the four defendants to be sentenced.
June 19, 2012.