Officials discuss how to pay attorneys who will represent 3 defendants

GREENFIELD — County officials are bracing for thousands of dollars in legal expenses in the murder trial of three Indianapolis residents.

The Hancock County Council briefly discussed Wednesday how it will pay for public defenders for Ronnie Westbrook, Joe Meyers and Amanda Gonzales.

All three have been charged with murder in the death of 23-year-old Katrina Miller; Miller’s body was found in a western Hancock County cornfield last month, and police believe the shooting death was drug-related.

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