Camm To Be Sentenced On Murder Charges

Boonville, IN – The Warrick County, Indiana jury that found David Camm guilty of murdering his wife and two children is reconvening Monday to determine what sentence he'll receive.
Prosecutors are seeking life in prison without parole for Camm, a former Indiana state trooper. He was found guilty Friday.
Camm's attorney says she'll appeal the conviction based on evidence barred from the trial that another man was linked to the murders of Kimberly Camm and the couple's two year old Bradley and five year old Jill.
Ex-convict Charles Boney was convicted in January of three counts of murder in a separate trial and sentenced to 225 years in prison.
Camm left the state police several months before his wife and children were killed in their Floyd County, Indiana home in 2000.