Jury deliberations under way in David Camm trial

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LEBANON, Ind. – Jury deliberations have begun in David Camm’s murder trial, the third for the ex-state trooper accused of killing his own family.

Camm looked down several times in court and also shook his head hearing the closing arguments.  Jurors got the case late Tuesday afternoon but recessed for the day shortly after 5 p.m.  Deliberations will resume Wednesday morning.

Camm is charged with murder in the deaths of his wife and two children. He’s been tried twice before and convicted; both times, the conviction was overturned. Prosecutor Todd Meyer says Camm wanted out of the relationship, and that was his motive to kill his family.

Camm resigned from the Indiana State Police months before the killings. He has maintained his innocence throughout.

A second man, Charles Boney, has been convicted and sentenced to life in prison for the murders.

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