BEDFORD, Va. (WFXR) — A man charged in the 2018 murder of a Bedford County man pleaded guilty today and was sentenced to nearly a half century behind bars.
Trevor McIntosh was arrested in the 2018 murder and robbery of Aaron Brumfield. Law enforcement received a call from 1034 River Oak Drive in Forest before midnight Sept. 7, 2018, by a man who told police his roommate had been shot. Brumfield, 22, was found with multiple gunshots to his body. A witness said three people came into the house and gunfire was exchanged, with some shots hitting Brumfield.
McIntosh, along with Robert Goodman and Tevante Pannell, were arrested and charged in Brumfield’s death.
At Tuesday’s plea hearing, McIntosh plead guilty to robbery and murder in the commission of a robbery. He was sentenced to 43 concurrent years for the two charges. McIntosh received an additional five years for possession of a firearm by a violent convicted felon, for a total of 48 years in prison.
Goodman and Pannell are set to appear in court on similar charges later this year.
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