Cody Cousin’s Case Could Change Indiana Sentencings

The murder of a Purdue teaching assistant in his classroom could lead to a change in Indiana sentencing laws. Last week, Purdue student and former Warsaw resident, Cody Cousins received the maximum 65-year sentence after pleading guilty to the January murder of Andrew Boldt. Republican Senator Brandt Hershman, whose district includes Purdue, says he's going to introduce a bill next year to raise that maximum sentence for school shootings, possibly including the death penalty.