LEBANON, Ind. (WHAS11) -- On Tuesday David Camm arrived at the Boone County Courthouse for the fourth day of testimony in his third murder trial.
It began with Indiana State Police Detective Sam Sarkisian taking the stand. He testified he took a phone call from Camm at the Indiana State Police post three days after the murders. The audio recording was played in court. Camm was heard saying he was trying to rationalize who could have killed his family. He also said he didn't want people to think he was responsible.
Sarkisian testified that the phone call made him uncomfortable and he thought Camm was only calling to gain information for his own good. The defense argued an innocent person would have made the same phone call to inquire about the investigation.
Kim Camm's former co-workers also took the stand. The prosecution believes one of Camm's motive was financial gain from his wife's insurance policy and benefits.
Testimony continues on Wednesday with the focus expected to be on DNA presented by the prosecution.
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