Brandon Kaiser Death and Obituary, Man convicted in shooting of Southern Indiana judges outside a White Castle

A man accused of shooting and wounding two Clark County judges in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant in Indianapolis has been convicted on multiple counts.

After a three-day trial, Brandon Kaiser was found guilty of quadruple battery, double battery, battery and carrying a handgun without a license.

In the early hours of May 1, 2019, Caesar, Alfredo Vazquez, Bradley Jacobs and Andrew Adams exchanged in the parking lot of a White Castle in downtown Indianapolis. Jacobs and Adams were Clark County judges who attended the Indianapolis court meeting.

The argument turned into a physical confrontation and ended when Caesar drew his gun and shot Jacobs twice in the chest and Adams in the abdomen. A third judge, Sabrina Bell of Crawford County, who was with Jacobs and Adams, was not injured.

Caesar, Vazquez and Adams were indicted by a grand jury for their roles in the incident. No charges have been brought against Jacobs.

Vazquez was sentenced to a year of probation after pleading guilty to one count of assault. Adams was sentenced to a year of probation after pleading guilty to battery. Caesar will be sentenced on October 21.

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