"Someone needs to get a hold of Det. Carter and tell him, as far as I'm concerned, a subpoena is not an invitation and he needs to get his RV to an airport and get back here, or I'll do what I have to do," Judge John Marnocha said. "You can tell him you apologized and you tried, but the judge said so."
Marnocha said he would issue a bench warrant for Carter if necessary, which would mean law enforcement officers would be dispatched to bring him to court to testify.UPDATE: Detective Carter has apparently decided to return to Indiana so he can testify tomorrow. Good decision.