INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – There could be movement in a high-profile murder case in Indianapolis. The man accused of shooting an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officer to death is due in court on Friday.
A pre-trial conference for Major Davis, Junior is set for Friday morning. He is charged with murdering Officer Perry Renn – back in July 2014 at 34th Street and Forest Manor Avenue.
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Davis faces the death penalty if convicted. The Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry said this case has two aggravating circumstances that support a death penalty case: that Davis killed Renn while Renn was on duty as a police officer, and that the murder was motivated by an act Renn performed while acting in the course of his duty as an officer.