An Indiana Department of Correction employee who personal notes indicate fantasized about killing people and was inspired by serial killers is a suspect in a stabbing that left two people dead on the west side, according to Indianapolis police and court documents.
Kristen L. Wolf, 28, was arrested Saturday in connection with the May 11 attack, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police announced Tuesday.
"Her employment was terminated based on allegations of criminal actions being investigated by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department," Bursten said via email on Tuesday, directing additional questions to police.
One witness, a roommate, told police that she, Cook and three friends — Dickover, McHugh and the second witness — were in the apartment around 8 p.m., Officer Caleb Melloh wrote in the affidavit.
A search of Wolf's residence in Madison on May 22 found several "combat style knives" and uniforms with patches identical to the patch on the hat found at the crime scene, Melloh wrote in the affidavit.