The family of slain IMPD Officer Perry Renn spoke at Davis’ sentencing hearing Thursday morning.
A judge ruled Major Davis Jr. was not competent on Friday morning.
Major Davis Jr. is charged with the 2014 shooting death of IMPD officer Perry Renn.
Major Davis II was seeking millions of dollars, claiming officers used excessive force during his 2014 arrest.
IMPD officers David Moore, Rod Bradway and Perry Renn are being honored with this annual blood drive that starts Friday morning.
A pre-trial conference for Major Davis, Jr. is set for 9 a.m.
A pre-trial conference for Major Davis, Jr is scheduled for 1:00 p.m.
A dedication ceremony was held on Sunday to honor the fallen officer.
He was a fixture in the north district, patrolling the streets in that community for more than two decades.
The long delay leading to the start of the trial is necessary to prepare a thorough set of evidence, and is typical in death penalty cases.
The event is focused on bringing residents, victims of crimes, and business owners together to show support for the men and women in blue.
IMPD Chief Rick Hite talks about the Day of Unity in Indianapolis and what it means for residents and the law enforcement community.
Earlier this month, Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry said he would seek the death penalty in Major Davis Jr.’s murder case.
Major Davis Jr. is accused of shooting and killing Indianapolis police officer Perry Renn.