Kim, Bradley and Jill Camm (Source: WAVE 3 Archives)
The garage at the Camm home - the scene of the murders.
LEBANON, IN (WAVE) – The fate of David Camm has moved one step closer to a verdict. The defense has rested its case without calling Camm to the stand.
Camm, 49, is on trial for the third time for the murders of his wife, Kim, 35, and children, Bradley 7, and Jill 5, on September 28, 2000 at their Georgetown, IN home. He was convicted twice, but those convictions were overturned on appeal.
During the latest trial, Charles Boney testified that he provided Camm with an untraceable gun on the night of the murders. Boney testified that he was outside the garage at Camm's home when David Camm fired the shots that killed his family.
Camm said he was at his church playing basketball at the time his family was killed and claims Boney, who was later convicted of the murders and is serving a 225 year sentence, or someone else committed the murders.
The trial will resume Tuesday with rebuttal witnesses.