Camm trial turns to conversations from nearly 13 years ago

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by Maggie Ruper

WHAS11.com

Posted on September 4, 2013 at 9:19 PM

Updated Thursday, Mar 13 at 12:12 PM

LEBANON, Ind. (WHAS11) -- On Wednesday, testimony in the David Camm trial turned to conversations from 13 years ago.
 
Indiana State Police investigators first interviewed Camm at 12:21 a.m. at the Sellersburg Post. That would have been only a few hours after the murders occurred that Thursday. David Camm was seen crying while the audio recording of the interview was played in court.
 
During the interview, Camm told two investigators about his day and then what he found when he came home from the basketball game that night around 9 p.m.
He saw his wife Kim on the garage floor and a trail of blood. He said he initially thought she fell and hit her head. Later, Camm told investigators that he pulled his son Brad from the backseat of the family Bronco and tried to perform CPR. He said Brad was the only thing he touched. Camm was also heard saying that he thought maybe someone could have been after him and he also questioned how he would cope with the deaths. His statements were so concerning that investigators made Camm promise he wouldn't harm himself. Police were also heard saying they wanted to clear him and they cared for him.
 
Camm was later questioned a second time on the Sunday following the murders. Police did know at that point Camm was later going to be arrested. That is expected to be the focus of testimony on Thursday.
 
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