South Bend man facing murder charge in woman’s shooting death

first_img WhatsApp Facebook Twitter IndianaLocalNews Pinterest Google+ WhatsApp Pinterest Google+ South Bend man facing murder charge in woman’s shooting death By Jon Zimney – April 15, 2021 1 197 Twitter Facebook (Photo supplied/St. Joseph County Jail) A South Bend man is set for arraignment on Thursday, April 15, on murder and eight other counts in connection with the shooting death of Lateisha Burnett back on April 1.Kenneth Darryl Dogan, 41, faces invasion of privacy, battery, recklessness and attempted murder charges, as well.Burnett was found with gunshot wounds inside a home in the 1200block of West Dunham Street.Dogan was previously charged in connection with the case, but not charged with Burnett’s death, until now.The St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office released the following information:The St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office filed charges in connection with a St. Joseph County Metro Homicide Unit homicide investigation. Kenneth Darryl Dogan, 41 of South Bend, was charged in a nine countinformation in the April 1, 2021 shooting death of Lateisha Burnett (1200 block of W.Dunham, South Bend).Kenneth Darryl Dogan is charged with:Count I: Invasion of Privacy a Class A MisdemeanorCount II: Battery by Means of a Deadly Weapon a Level 5 FelonyCount III: Burglary a Level 1 FelonyCount IV: Criminal Recklessness a Level 5 FelonyCount V: Attempted Murder a Level 1 FelonyCount VI: Attempted Murder a Level 1 FelonyCount VII: Voluntary Manslaughter a Level 2 FelonyCount VIII: Felony Murder a FelonyCount IX: Murder a FelonyProbable cause was found and an arrest warrant ordered issued. He was ordered heldwithout bond and remains in the custody of the St. Joseph County Jail. Kenneth Dogan’sarraignment is scheduled for April 15th, at 1:00 p.m. (Traffic & MisdemeanorCourtroom, 1855 Courthouse, 112 S. Lafayette Blvd, South Bend, IN).Kenneth Dogan was previously charged in connection with this CMHU investigation, butnot in Ms. Burnett’s death (cause number 71D03-2104-F5-000071). That cause numberwas dismissed, and the two counts in that case (Invasion of Privacy, a Class AMisdemeanor and Battery by Means of a Deadly Weapon, a Level 5 Felony) were re-filedtoday in the attached charges.The sentencing range for Murder is 45 to 65 years. The sentencing range for a Level 1Felony is 20 to 40 years. The sentencing range for a Level 2 Felony is 10 to 30 years. Thesentencing range for a Level 5 Felony is 1 to 6 years. Finally, the sentencing range for aClass A Misdemeanor is up to 1 year. Previous articleIndiana lawmakers back off plan to do away with gun permitsNext articleBody found of man swept into Lake Michigan at Silver Beach Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney.last_img read more

Turbo Suit, Formerly Known As Cosby Sweater, Calls It Quits

first_imgAfter four years of touring the country, playing a ton of festivals, and supporting some of the biggest acts in the jam/livetronica scene, Turbo Suit (formerly known as Cosby Sweater) is calling it quits. The Indianapolis, IN-based trio, made up David Embry (guitar/vocals/live mixing), Nicholas Gerlach (sax/EWI/keys) and Jeff Peterson (drums), with the “sensual sax melodies and ultra-accessible beats” has decided to part ways. They have announced their appearance at Electric Forest will be the group’s final performance. We wish each member the best of luck in their future endeavors.  Here is a statement the band released via their Facebook page:Over the last 4 years, we have had the opportunity to do some amazing things. We started this project with no intentions of ever going as far as we did with our little group. We’ve played countless festivals, venues that we could only dream of playing, and have opened for bands that we’ve looked up to for years. We made lots of friends and fans over the years and are so grateful for all the opportunities that we were given to make you forget about this crazy world we live in, even if for just an hour or two.Without going on and on and dragging this whole thing out, we would like to announce that next week at Electric Forest will be our last show. So please, let us not be sad that this is ending, but celebrate that it even happened in the first place. Thank you guys so much for letting us do what we do. We love you.Turbo Suit – Asheville Music Hall – 2/6/16, courtesy of I Am Asheville:last_img read more