Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Ind. Courts - What to report about while the David Camm jury is deliberating?
"David Camm trial boosts businesses near Lebanon courthouse" reports Harold J. Adams in this Louisville Courier Journal story this evening. The story begins:
LEBANON, IND — . The trial of David Camm, accused of murdering his wife and children four months after quitting as an Indiana State trooper, has dominated the courthouse square here for more than two months.
Along the way it has boosted the business and piqued the interest of merchants around the square.
“This is the biggest thing that’s ever happened here,” said Sara Gallimore, a waitress at Brenda’s Cubbard, a restaurant tucked in the back of Cowan’s Drugs on State Road 39 inside of the square.
“We’re eager to learn about the trial and what’s going on,” Gallimore said.
In addition, Brenda’s Cubbard has served lunch to the Camm jury two days a week since the trial started. “So that’s helped our business out,” she said.
Posted by Marcia Oddi on October 23, 2013 07:10 PM
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