Tavern Murder Case Concludes After 20 Years

CLEVELAND - A conclusion was reached on Thursday in a 20-year-old murder case, 19/43 News reported.

A judge sentenced Dennis Carrick, who is bound to a wheelchair because of multiple sclerosis, to five years of probation, and he waived prison time.

Carrick admitted that he killed Joseph Angers of Rocky River outside of what used to be the Reagle Beagle Tavern on Broadview Road.

Angers' family wept during the sentencing.

It took a search on a national database to find Carrick, who was living in Florida.