In April, Owen and Mario Angulo Jr. were found guilty of murder, robbery resulting in injury, and criminal confinement. Angulo's hearing will be June 24. The Goshen News reports the men were also convicted of the robbery and confinement of Robert Porter.
Matthew Murzynski was sentenced to 60 years in prison and will reportedly be in a different prison than the other two men for safety purposes, the Associated Press reports.
Elkhart County Prosecuting Attorney Vicki Elaine Becker said Dyer "was intentionally murdered, and was burned, mutilated, or tortured while she was still alive; and, that the murder occurred while Owen and Angulo were committing criminal organization activity."
According to the Goshen News, Porter, a marijuana dealer, was robbed at the residence on Old Orchard Lane around the same time as Dyer's murder.
The house was reportedly believed to have been a meth den, and Dyer was allegedly accused of having a "snitch list" of names.
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Katelyn Doyle reportedly said during her closing arguments in the trial that Owen oversaw Porter's robbery and gave the orders for Dyer to be "put to sleep."
Dyer's throat was reportedly slashed with remnants of a broken bottle. She had received 82 other injuries during her torture, Doyle said, according to Goshen News.