The man charged in the deaths of four people killed in the robbery of an Indianapolis drug house is asking a judge for permission to get married while he's in jail awaiting trial.
INDIANAPOLIS - The man charged in the deaths of four people killed in the robbery of an Indianapolis drug house is asking a judge for permission to get married while he's in jail awaiting trial.
Attorneys for 24-year-old Kenneth Rackemann filed the request Aug. 13.
Rackemann initially filed for permission to marry while in jail back in April, but that request was denied. A spokesperson for the prosecutor's office said the new request is "amended" and "renewed."
Prosecutors say Rackemann shot three of those killed during the February attack.
He faces murder charges in all four deaths, and prosecutors are seeking the death penalty.
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