Kimberly Camm and her children, Brad and Jill, were killed in the garage of their Georgetown home in September 2000. Five years later, there are no concrete answers as to their killer or killers. The case continues to take on new twists.

David Camm, 41, husband and father, was convicted of the killings in March 2002. That conviction was later overturned by the Indiana Court of Appeals after the high court said the prosecution should not have been allowed to use evidence of what they called previous bad acts.

Camm remains in jail and faces a new trial set for Jan. 9, in Warrick County. The former Indiana State Police trooper has maintained his innocence throughout, saying that he was at a pickup basketball game at a Georgetown church and then returned home to find his murdered family members.

Another man is also in custody and is set to go to trial on the same date in Floyd Circuit Court. Charles Boney, 36, also sits in the Floyd County Jail as a conspirator in the murders. According to an affidavit, Boney told authorities that he sold Camm an untraceable .38 caliber gun similar to the one used in the killings.

Boney will be in Floyd Circuit Court on Monday where his attorney Patrick Renn will ask a judge to throw out statements that Boney gave without the presence of a lawyer. According to Renn, Boney requested legal counsel during the time he talked to investigators, but did not receive one.

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