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Floyd County

October 26, 2012

Camm’s trial to be held in Boone County

The location for the third trial in the case of a former Indiana state trooper accused of killing his wife and children has been announced. David Camm will be tried in Boone County, which is northwest of Indianapolis, according to a report from WLKY-TV in Louisville.

Camm was twice convicted of killing his wife, Kim, and their children, Brad and Jill, at their Floyd County home in 2000. Both convictions were overturned.

Attorneys from both sides met last week in Spencer County to discuss the venue for Camm’s third trial. Camm opted not to attend that hearing.

Camm is still being held in jail after a bail request was denied, and his third trial is expected to begin in August.

Another man, Charles Boney, was convicted of the Camms’ murders in 2006. He’s serving a 225-year sentence.

Check back to newsandtribune.com for updates and read the full report in the weekend edition of the News and Tribune.

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