Several different sources say that a man named Richard Allen was booked into the Carroll County Jail around noon on Friday in connection with the Delphi murder investigation. Sources say that Allen, who is 50 years old, has been moved to a government agency for safety reasons.
Earlier, police told FOX59 that something big was happening in the case of the murders of Libby German and Abby Williams in 2017. A news conference was set for Monday to give more information. On February 13, 2017, the teens were last seen at the Monong High Bridge. Their bodies were found around noon on February 14, 2017, after they were reported missing.
The high-profile murder hasn’t been solved in more than five years, which has led to a lot of online speculation about who did it. The police showed two different sketches of people who might be responsible. Audio and pictures from Libby German’s phone were important pieces of evidence, and police released audio clips of a man saying “down the hill.”
Also, there were a lot of blood stains at the scene, which led investigators to think that the person who did it had blood on his hands or clothes. According to court papers, the person may have taken “souvenirs” from the crime scene and may have “moved and staged” the teen’s body. The warrant says that investigators think Logan’s body looks like the man in Libby’s voice video. His voice “did not clash” with the recordings that were made available to the public.
Investigators say that Logan also lied about his alibi. He was never named as a suspect in the Delphi case, and he was never charged with anything. He is gone. The case has caught the attention of people all over the country, and it recently got more attention when authorities said that a social media account called “anthony shots” talked to Libby.
The file was linked to a man named Kegan Kline, who is being looked into in a child exploitation case. He has never been charged with the Delphi murders or named as a suspect. Someone asked Klein about the case. His trial for 30 counts of having child pornography is going on right now. In the past few months, Indiana State Police have been looking for clues in Peru’s Wabash River.