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Last updated on Wednesday, September 4, 2013
(LEBANON) - Prosecutors and the defense continued to question crime scene investigators during the fourth week of David Camm’s third trial.
WDRB reports that Camm is on trial for the murders of his wife Kim, and their two children, Jill and Brad. The three were found in the garage of their Georgetown, Indiana home in September of 2000.
On Tuesday, prosecutors and defense questioned evidence and DNA patterns found on a sweatshirt found beneath Bradley Camm. That sweatshirt allegedly belonged to Camm's supposed accomplice, Charles Boney.
Attorneys also asked about blood and DNA patterns found on a t-shirt David Camm was wearing when he called police after he supposedly found his family dead in the garage of their home.
More Witnesses expected to be called this week include Janice Renn, Kim Camm's mother, and Charles Boney. Boney was convicted of murder and conspiracy in the case in 2006.
The prosecution could wrap up its case this week.
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