Former State Trooper Convicted A Second Time In Family Murders
A former Indiana State Trooper has been convicted on three counts of murder in the shooting deaths of his wife and two young children.
Friday night’s verdicts in David Camm's trial come after six weeks of testimony and 40 hours of jury deliberations by a Warrick County jury.
Floyd County prosecutors say they will seek a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Jurors will begin hearing testimony Monday to help them decide whether they'll recommend that sentence to the judge.
It's the 41-year-old's second trial for the murders of his wife Kimberly and their two children in September 2000.
Camm's attorney says they will appeal based on the judge's decision not to allow the testimony of co-defendant Charles Boney.
Camm has maintained his innocence since the shootings.
Camm resigned from the Indiana State Police about four months before the murders.