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Liberty German, 13, and Abigail Williams, 14, Murdered While Hiking - Carroll Co, Indiana *REWARD*

Discussion in 'Crimes' started by fran, Feb 15, 2017.

  1. Mel70

    Mel70 Bronze Member

    :mad:The "Transcript" is what's going to BURY THEM!!!! AND NOT DEEP ENOUGH !!! HAS ANYONE SEEN MY SHOVEL?!!!
  2. Sunburst

    Sunburst Bronze Member

    Does Florida collect DNA upon felony arrest? If so, could Delphi PD file a petition in the FL courts to have samples taken?
  3. Sunburst

    Sunburst Bronze Member

    Plenty of swamp and gators.
  4. Paradise

    Paradise Media Mod

    Florida requires DNA samples for felony arrests.
  5. Sunburst

    Sunburst Bronze Member

  6. Mel70

    Mel70 Bronze Member

    I really like that Idea!!! :highfive::yess:
  7. wenn9366

    wenn9366 Active Member

    Not sure if this has been posted somewhere else, but I didn't see it. Police are looking into a guy from the Kokomo/Union City, Indiana area arrested in an undercover child-sex sting operation. The FB pages of this guy apparently show a fascination with missing children. I went through his pics on his FB page and was a little creeped out by some of them (and I'm not easily creeped out). I don't know if I can post his FB links here, but he is easy to find.
    Here's a link to the initial arreset article, but police are looking into him closer. https://fox59.com/2019/01/08/randol...-man-attempting-to-have-sex-with-13-year-old/
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  8. spike

    spike Bronze Member

    Read back. It's all here.
  9. wenn9366

    wenn9366 Active Member

    Ack! Sorry! Somehow I totally skipped the entire page for those dates :blush: Ignore me as I slink away in mortal embarrassment....
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  10. Paradise

    Paradise Media Mod

    Certainly nothing to be embarrassed about, we’ve all been there.:)
  11. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    I do that so much it's just part of my personality. Glad I have someone joining me!
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  12. Whatsnext

    Whatsnext Well-Known Member

    Some multiple times and counting...:oops::backout:
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  13. Mel70

    Mel70 Bronze Member

    Don't feel bad. I've uhhh.... been known to miss things, "Appointments, "The Mark", my "Cue", My "Opportunity". DAYS at a time. Ohhh yeahhhh... and parts of my "Mind".
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  14. spike

    spike Bronze Member

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  15. Blue G 3

    Blue G 3 Well-Known Member

    Delphi, Indiana murders: 2 years later, lead investigator updates case

    DELPHI, Ind. -- Two years later, the man who killed two young girls in Delphi, Indiana is still on the loose.

    On the second anniversary of the murder of Libby German and Abby Williams, investigators updated the media with data about the tips they had received and their continued confidence that they will solve the case.
    Up to now, authorities said they've received 38,000 tips at a rate of about a dozen a day, Carroll County Prosecutor Nicholas McLeland said.

    "This is not a cold case. This investigation is not closed. I am confident we are going to get it solved," McLeland said.

  16. Blue G 3

    Blue G 3 Well-Known Member

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  17. fran

    fran Administrator Staff Member


    DELPHI, Ind. (WLFI) — The Abby Williams and Libby German memorial park is moving forward and it's not only providing the community a new recreation resource - it's helping the girls' families heal.

    It's been two years since the two teens were found dead near Monon High Bridge. The healing process after tragedy looks different for everyone but for the Abby and Libby's families, it looks like a 20-acre memorial park.

    “This is how we chose to survive this terrible tragedy by creating something beautiful,” said Diane Erskin, grandmother of Abby Williams.

    Three ball fields, two parks, one amphitheater. This is part of what Abby and Libby's families are working to create for their memorial park.

    “This complex is really a culmination of their lives of things that they were interested in and then they shared with friends and relatives,” said Diane.

    Abby's grandparents Diane and Eric Erskin said this park goes beyond keeping their memory alive. It's providing the community with resources it has never had.

    “The things that we're envisioning here, they're unduplicated in the community,” said Eric. “Having a facility where we can host a girls softball tournament. Delphi doesn't have the field capability.”

    But it soon will because the families want to create space for a softball and baseball diamonds.
    The two families also plan to provide play equipment for kids with disabilities.

    “Choosing a lot of specific pieces that are not only accessible but inclusive so children with different abilities would be able to actually enjoy the playground,” said Diane.

    The families find this building process therapeutic.

    “The most therapeutic moments when we're out here and we're digging in the dirt and picking up firewood,” Diane.

    The families hope other community members find healing and joy through the park as well.

    “Hopefully this complex will not only be healing for our family but be a place where other families who have lost loved ones or who had violence touch their life could plant a tree or something beautiful that their lives can be commemorated the way we are choosing for our girls,” said Diane.

    The weather has been a major setback for construction recently. But they plan to have parts of the park completed by this summer.

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  18. fran

    fran Administrator Staff Member

    Families of Delphi, Ind. murder victims hope new park will be place of healing


    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A park is being built in Delphi, Indiana, to honor two young girls who were murdered.

    The families of Abby Williams and Libby German are leading the effort to build a new park.

    The bodies of both Abby and Libby were found near a bridge two years ago. No one has been arrested for the crime.

    The memorial park will include three ball fields, two parks, and an amphitheater.

    The two families also plan to provide playground equipment for children with disabilities.

    "Hopefully, this complex will not only be healing for our families, will be a place where other families who have lost loved ones or had violence touch their lives could plant a tree or something beautiful that their lives can commemorated the way we are choosing for our girls," said Diane Erskin, grandmother of Abby Williams.

    The goal is to have some parts of the park open this summer.

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  19. noZme

    noZme Bronze Member



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  20. spike

    spike Bronze Member

    I hope it's more than they have omitted that POI as a suspect.

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  21. noZme

    noZme Bronze Member

    5921 State Road 43
    West Lafayette, IN 47906


    FOR RELEASE: Upon Receipt

    Sgt. Kim Riley
    Public Information Officer

    April 19, 2019

    Delphi Homicide Investigation Moves in New Direction

    The public is welcome to attend the below media briefing about the new direction of the Delphi homicide investigation.

    What: Public and Media Statement on Delphi Murder Investigation

    When: Monday, April 22, 2019 at 12:00 noon

    Where: The Canal Center, 1030 North Washington Street, Delphi, IN 46923

    Who: Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter will make the announcement on behalf of the Multi-Agency Taskforce

    Why: To share information with the media and public about the new direction of the Delphi homicide investigation

    Notes for the Public

    • Doors to The Canal Center will open at 11:30 a.m. for the public and limited seating will be available

    • The briefing will conclude after Supt. Carter’s statement
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