Delphi Murders Arrest: Before the month’s end, you might learn some of what the detectives know about the Delphi killings. On November 22, a hearing will be held to decide whether the probable cause and charges related to the arrest of 50-year-old Richard Allen should be kept secret.
Benjamin Diener of Carroll County will hear the arguments.
Allen was detained on Friday and accused of the murders of Libby German and Abby Williams, a case that attracted national attention and generated a lot of rumors.
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At a news conference on Monday, state police and prosecutor Nick McLeland offered no explanations for why they think Allen is their guy. According to the authorities present, the records should stay secret because the inquiry is still ongoing.
Such a process, according to Nick McLeland, is unique.
“Since the ongoing investigation, we took this action in this instance. Even though every case is significant, this one requires attention because of its particulars.
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Since then, speculation has once more flourished in the absence of knowledge.
Everyone has told me how frustrating it is, said McLeland. “I am aware that not just reporters, but even the family, are interested in learning more. I recognize your frustration. I want to keep this case’s integrity intact.