Verdict reached in case of ex-state trooper accused of killing family

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LEBANON, Ind.—A verdict has been reached in the case of an ex-Indiana State Police trooper who is accused of killing his own family.

David Camm is charged with murder in the deaths of his wife and two children, who were slain in their Floyd County home in 2000.

Camm resigned from ISP and was off the payroll as of May 8, 2000. The murders occurred more than four months later.

He’s been tried twice before and convicted, but both times, the conviction was overturned. A second man, Charles Boney, has been convicted and sentenced to life in prison for the murders. Camm has maintained his innocence throughout.

But in this third trial, which is underway in Lebanon, Ind., things have changed. Under the jury’s instructions, if they believe that Camm “aided, induced, or caused” Boney to commit the murders, they can still convict Camm of murder — a broadening of the charges that Camm’s family struggles with.

The verdict is expected to be delivered at 12:30 p.m. Check back here for the latest on the case.

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