A prosecutor says he will not seek the death penalty for Charles Boney. Boney is accused of the murder of former Indiana state trooper David Camm's wife and two children. Keith Henderson says he will seek life in prison against Boney based on his investigation and discussion with the victim's relatives.
Henderson also says he will attempt to have Boney sentenced as a habitual offender if convicted. That would add up to 30 years to his sentence. David Camm is a co-defendant in the case.