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Police believe girls' bodies were 'moved,' 'staged'

The bodies of Abigail Williams and Liberty German, teenage girls killed near the Monon High Bridge Trail in 2017, appeared to have been “moved” or “staged,” and the girls “had no visible signs of a struggle or fight,” a FBI Special Agent believes.


Abigail Williams


Liberty German

The News & Review has obtained a 9-page document that releases new information about the deaths of the girls.
The document, a search warrant for the home and property of Ron Logan, filed and obtained by FBI Special Agent Nikkole Robertson on March 17, 2017, was first published by The Murder Sheets Podcast. The bodies of the girls were found on Logan’s property, approximately 1,400 feet from the home.
Robertson states in the document, “A large amount of blood was lost by the victims at the crime scene. Because of the nature of the victim’s (sic) wounds, it is nearly certain the perpetrator of the crime would have gotten blood on his person/clothing.”

Robertson also states that “It was discovered that the (redacted) of one of the victims was missing from the crime scene, while the rest of their clothing was recovered. It also appeared the girls’ bodies were moved and staged.”
Based on her training and experience investigating violent crimes, Robertson said, “it is common for perpetrators of this type of crime to take a ‘souvenir’ or, in some fashion, memorialize the crime scene.”

It was also noted that “during the processing of the crime scene investigators located unknown fibers and unidentified hairs.”
Robertson’s request for the search warrant was because “. . . she believes and has good cause to believe evidence of a homicide is located in the residence of Ronald Logan,” the search warrant states.
Logan, who passed away earlier this year, was never formally named a suspect, nor was charged in the Delphi murders.

Police continue to seek information. Recently, investigators asked that individuals focus on the audio released from Libby’s phone. They also request that anyone who had contact with the social media profile “anthony_shots” contact the police or the tip line at

Kegan Kline, 27, of Miami County, is the alleged owner of the “anthony_shots” profile. He is behind bars awaiting trial on 30 unrelated criminal charges, including child exploitation, possession of child pornography, and obstruction of justice. Kline said police told him someone using the “anthony_shots” profile was the last one to speak to the girls on Feb. 13, 2017. Kline declines any connections to the death of Abby and Libby and has not been charged in the case.

The following documents were obtained by The Murder Sheets Podcast.

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