Paul Etter, 55, who was wanted for a kidnapping in Tippecanoe County Indiana has killed himself and authorities are investigating whether he is responsible for the Delphi Murders.
Court documents revealed a victim allegedly pulled into a driveway off County Road 900 East around 4:30 a.m. Saturday, June 22. Allegedly Etter asked if she needed help. The victim thought he was suspicious, so she called a friend to help. When she pulled into her friend’s driveway, so did Etter and he allegedly grabbed her, handcuffed her and put her into the back of his car. Between then and 9:30 a.m., Etter allegedly drove somewhere, sexually assaulted her, and then blindfolded her and shackled her in a barn. He eventually let her go.
Several days later, after a manhunt, Etter was located. He shot himself in the head on a county road during a standoff with cops.
Now detectives are investigating whether Etter was responsible for the kidnapping and murder of Abby Williams and Libby German in Delphi, Indiana in Feb, 2017.
“His name has come up through the process,” Carroll County Sheriff Tobe Leazenby told reporters.
There have been several names before that have been mentioned in connection with the Delphi Murder case. Daniel Nations, Charles Eldridge, and Jimmy Duvall, and an unknown man found walking through a park in California. Click on the links to read more about them.
(Above) More information about the killer released earlier this year.
New information released about Delphi Murders