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Friday, August 16, 2013

Ind. Gov't. - "Camm Trial Could Raise Floyd County Taxes "

From WIBC 93.1 FM, this story:

Residents of Floyd County could see a tax hike thanks to an accused murderer.

Floyd County officials say a loan may be required to pay the mounting expenses for the third murder trial of David Camm. The Floyd County Auditor says that if a loan is taken out, residents of Floyd County could foot the bill in the form of a tax hike.

The county has already spent over $1.4 million on the third Camm trial alone and has also allotted some funds for the prosecution of William Clyde Gibson, who is facing a capital murder trial this fall.

Gibson's trial is being held in Floyd County with a jury being brought in from Dearborn County, near Cincinnati.

Here are some earlier ILB entries on Gibson.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on August 16, 2013 10:31 AM
Posted to Indiana Government