I was on this guy's side at first, until I read this:
But Assistant State Attorney Erin Wolfson said Wednesday that Dunn's claims don't add up.
She noted that Dunn fired 10 shots at the SUV, three of them while the car was fleeing.
He never took cover -- but instead opened his car door -- even though he would later tell detectives he had seen a weapon, she said.
"There was no gun," Wolfson told jurors.
In addition, she said, he did not tell his fiancee, Rhonda Rouer, that he had seen a weapon until more than a month later.
Dunn also left the scene of the shooting, went back to a hotel where they were staying and walked his dog, she said.
And he returned the next day to his house -- more than two hours away -- all without calling 911, Wolfson said.
"This defendant didn't tell anyone because he thought he had gotten away with murder," she said, adding that Dunn had no idea a witness had taken down his tag number.
He's going down.