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Murder trial of three Albany men postponed until January

By Jim Wallace - bio | email

November 17, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -  The murder trial of three men charged with killing the deputy commander for Albany's Search and Rescue Team has been postponed until January.

Darrell Anderson, Christopher Ingram, and Dontavius Wilson are all charged with murder in the death of 43 year old Jack Camp. Their trial was set to start Monday, but the defense asked the judge for more time.

Camp was shot in March 2007 when he confronted a suspicious person at the Regency Club Apartment Complex where he lived and worked as a courtesy officer. All three defendants have different defense attorneys.

Dougherty Assistant D.A. Christopher Cohilas said "Sometimes when you have more than one defendant it makes it more difficult to coordinate, but it's something we're pressing on forward on, and we are definitely wanting to get this case tried first thing up in the new year."

Dontavius Wilson is charged with malice murder, for actually shooting Camp. Anderson and Ingram are charged with felony murder.  All three face multiple weapon and drug charges as well.

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