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Topic - Mark Leonard
Two of three people charged in a deadly 2012 Indianapolis house explosion are asking a judge to push back a scheduled June trial start.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — All three defendants charged with causing a 2012 explosion that killed two people and devastated an Indianapolis neighborhood object to prosecutors' proposal to hold a single trial for them before separate juries, arguments their attorneys filed by Friday indicate.
Residents whose Indianapolis homes were battered by a gas explosion and relatives of a couple who were killed packed a court hearing Monday for the three suspects charged with rigging the blast.
Miss Shirley and Mark Leonard told investigators they were at a southern Indiana casino at the time of the blast.
Ms. Shirley and Mark Leonard told investigators they were at a southern Indiana casino at the time of the blast.