The Camm home in Georgetown, IN as seen on Sept, 29, 2000.
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – According to David Camm's attorney, a former prosecutor in Vanderburgh County has been tapped as the man to lead the third trial of the former Indiana state trooper.
Stacey Uliana confirmed Thursday that Stan Levco, now a senior prosecutor, has been named special prosecutor, replacing Keith Henderson.
Last week, the Indiana Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal that would allow Henderson to prosecute the next Camm trial. An appeals court had previously ruled that a book deal signed by Henderson after Camm was convicted by a Warrick County jury or murdering his wife and two children was a conflict of interest. Henderson dropped the book deal after the conviction was overturned.
Camm has been convicted twice of the deaths of Kimberly, Bradley and Jill Camm on September 28, 2000. Their bodies were found in the family's Georgetown home. Both convictions were overturned on appeal.
Camm was recently moved to the Vanderburgh County Jail in Evansville.