Police Agencies Begin “Normalization” Process in Delphi Case

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Multiple police agencies announce the next step in the case involving the Delphi, IN homicides.

The Carroll County Sheriff, Delphi Police Department, Indiana State Police, and Federal Bureau of Investigation announce the operations involving the homicide investigations in Delphi, IN will begin to take on a different appearance in the weeks to follow.

Through the excellent assistance of multiple law enforcement agencies over the past several weeks, the number of remaining tips/leads are quickly becoming within the realm of manageability for the investigators who are involved in day to day operations.

It is stressed that this does not mean the investigation is going “cold.”

To the contrary, each investigator remains strongly committed to reaching resolution.

The Command Center will remain at the former Carroll/ White REMC building in Delphi and investigators will continue to follow up on leads and investigate this case from this location.

ISP Superintendent Doug Carter stated, “We remain committed to this investigation and the Carroll County and Delphi community until “this evil” is eradicated. We are board until the end to assist our fellow law enforcement brothers and sisters.”
Investigators who may return to their “home base” will still be within a phone call’s reach and could potentially return to this assignment.
As most would realize, crime in other jurisdictions has not ceased just because of this investigation. Those investigators are simply returning to their respective areas to follow up on investigations which have been temporarily delayed to assist Carroll County authorities.

Carroll County Sheriff Tobe Leazenby commented, “We have been extremely blessed with the invaluable law enforcement assets and resources afforded to us the past few weeks in Carroll County. We stress this investigation is ongoing and is not without resolve as we will find those responsible and reach proper closure for Abby and Libby and their families.”

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