He was convicted of “first-degree murder, first-degree robbery, first-degree burglary, stealing $750 or more, unlawful possession of a firearm and three counts of armed criminal action — all felonies”.
Cannon is said to have insisted that, he was not the one who killed Dorn.
Cannon sentenced is as follows: he is sentenced to “a total of 16 years for armed criminal action, 10 years for robbery and five years for burglary”.
He is said to have served 38 years at the St. Louis police. He also worked six years as police Chief in Moline Acres.
Dorm retired from Acres department at Moline in 2014.
Dorm was survived by his wife Ann Wood-Dorn. She told the court during the hearing that Dorm “became a victim of the very thing he fought against.”
Dorm’s son is said to have told Cannon in a message that: “I hope your eyes are woke. You still have time to get everything together and make amends with your maker.”