INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indianapolis police say they have two suspects they're searching for in connection with the shootings of two southern Indiana judges attending a judicial conference in Indiana's capital.
Police on Friday released surveillance video showing the two suspects getting out of an SUV outside a downtown restaurant where the shootings of Clark Circuit Judges Bradley Jacobs and Andrew Adams occurred early Wednesday. Police asked for the public's help in identifying the two suspects.
Police say an argument between the suspects and the judges escalated to the shootings. They say they've found no evidence to suggest the judges were targeted because they're judges
Clark County Presiding Judge Vicki Carmichael says both Jacobs and Adams remain hospitalized in stable condition.
Clark County lies along the Ohio River just north of Louisville, Kentucky.
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