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Former ISP trooper found guilty in armed burglary case

Raymond Hunt  (Source: Harrison County Jail) Raymond Hunt (Source: Harrison County Jail)

CORYDON, IN (WAVE) – A former Indiana State Police trooper was found guilty of six charges after deputies said he broke into a southern Indiana home while armed.

Around 9:45 p.m. Thursday a jury found Raymond Hunt guilty on charges of burglary, criminal recklessness, criminal confinement, residential entry, pointing a firearm and operating a vehicle while intoxicated after deputies responded to a home invasion in the 4200 block of Whiskey Run Road in October 2012.

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The caller who reported the break-in said a man had fired a gun and come inside the house. Arriving officers found Hunt inside the home and said he was being belligerent, making no sense and talking out of his head.

Hunts trial began on November 19, 2013.

Hunt was hired as a trooper in July 2007 and resigned from the department on October 5, 2012. His duty assignment had been with the Indianapolis post.

Hunt is facing up to 31 years in prison. He is scheduled to be sentenced December 13.

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