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Owsley case filings posted online


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The Bartholomew County judge presiding over a 2013 Columbus death investigation that has generated national attention has placed all of the case's court orders online due to high demand.

Circuit Court Judge Stephen Heimann said he approved the online postings in a court order last week because email and telephone inquiries about the Cary Owsley case were consuming too much of his staff's time.

"I’ve got thousands of other cases, and my staff has to process all of them," Heimann said. "This case was taking too much of their time, just from inquiries."

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