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Albany murder trial scheduled three years after shooting

By Jim Wallace - bio | email


Three and a half years after a member of Albany's search and rescue team was gunned down, a trial date is set for his accused killers.

43-year old Jack Camp was shot and killed in March 2007 at Regency Club Apartments in East Albany.

He was working as a courtesy officer at the complex.

Police charged Darrell Anderson, Christopher Ingram, and Dontavius Wilson with his murder.

The three have been in jail for more than three years, but still haven't stood trial.

At a hearing Tuesday, a judge set November 8th as the trial date.

Dougherty D.A. Greg Edwards said "There was a series of transitions among the lawyers. There have been a number of lawyers who initially represented some of these defendants, and then they had conflicts that developed."

The three will be tried together.  The trial is expected to last at least a week.

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