Prosecution Subpoenaes Defendant's Medical Records in Wyatt Campbell Murder Case
Prosecution requests treatment records around date of Campbell's death
The prosecution in the Wyatt Campbell murder case has subpoenaed the medical records for days around the date of Campbell's death of the 15-year-old Rose Hill teen accused in the case.
Campbell, an 18-year-old Rose Hill resident, died on Oct. 14 from stab wounds on his upper torso. It is Patch policy not to name minors accused of crimes.
The subpoena, filed in December and sent to the Inova Healthplex at 6355 Walker Lane in Kingstowne, requests the defendants' treatment records from Oct. 14, 15, and 16, including:
- Diagnosis and treatment of injuries the defendant received
- Subsequent treatment
- Reports and notes regarding any medical procedures the defendant received
The murder trial is scheduled for April 11, in the court of Circuit Court Judge Brett A. Kassabian.