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His car was how he was linked to the crimes on the Colorado hiking trails, including the incident with the hatchet.When arrested, he admitted to having a hatchet in his car. The friend said he thought it was strange that the car drove by the search group multiple times. " data-reactid="55"The friend said he thought it was strange that the car drove by the search group multiple times.As many online crime slueths on Facebook and other chat forums have indicated, he bears an uncanny resemblance to the sketch police released after the girls were killed.
Police suspect that he was the man who threatened mountain bikers on a hiking trail with a hatchet. " data-reactid="27"Earlier this week, a 31-year-old man named Daniel Nations was arrested Sept.
told reporters at CBS 4 in Indianapolis that they are working to get DNA samples and an alibi from Nations for the Delphi case." data-reactid="65"Meanwhile, in Indiana, detectives investigating the murder of Liberty and Abigail told reporters at CBS 4 in Indianapolis that they are working to get DNA samples and an alibi from Nations for the Delphi case.
The El Paso County Sheriff spokesman told KCNC-TV that there are “many similarities” between the cases they are investigating and the February deaths of Libby German and Abby Williams in Delphi, but would not elaborate because Indiana State Police have asked them to not release other details to the public.“They have asked us not to speak on their case.
"When you've got a number of people corroborating each other’s stories without their knowledge, that's something we really have to take very seriously and we do."Though police are looking into the Nations for multiple crimes — and other charges are pending — they won't comment on if they are connected.
"Even though some of the evidence may seem to support the same person may be responsible for both, law enforcement doesn't have the luxury of speculation and using that for probable cause and charges, so we have to investigate," Kirby said.