LINTON, Ind. (WTHI) - The family of Katelyn Wolfe is finally getting answers today.
Charges were revealed in the case involving the 19-year-old Linton teenager that was killed earlier this week.
Two men face multiple charges in her death. Jordan Buskirk and Randal Crosley face charges of murder, conspiracy to commit murder, conspiracy to commit rape, and criminal confinement.
The Greene County men are expected in court tomorrow
Now, the details of this case are gruesome and there is a 12-page probable cause for the case.
News 10 had a team of people combing through this paperwork and here's a synopsis of the probable cause.
-June 4, police say Buskirk and Crosley bought items in two Terre Haute stores. One was a hardware store and the other, an adult themed store.
The report says the purchases included handcuffs, condoms, ropes, and sexually explicit items with the intent to rape and then murder someone.
The report alleges Buskirk said, "The opportunity was just there for Katelyn Wolfe."
-June 5, records say Wolfe, Buskirk, and Crosley met at around 8 p.m. near her home in Greene County.
Police said they gave Wolfe Valium pills, and took her back home. According to records, that would be the last time Wolfe would be at her house.
-June 6 at 1 a.m., the three decided to meet again. Police said they did more drugs and drove around for a while and then stopped in a rural area.
In the probable cause, Buskirk admitted he and Cosley stopped to murder Wolfe there, by choking her to death on a gravel road in the country. Documents said they duct taped the girls mouth, put a t-shirt over her head and duct taped the shirt.
It then alleges they put her in the trunk and later dumped her body into a lake, tied to a weight.
Then, just after 5 a.m., the report says Buskirk and Crosley showed up at a Sullivan gas station. Surveillance video showed them with muddy clothes.
Later that day, Eric Wolfe, Katelyn's father reported her missing.
-June 7, police began searching for people who'd been in recent contact with Wolfe. They said they found a text on her phone sent to Crosley.
That led them to question both Crosley and Buskirk. They became persons of interest based on inconsistent accounts.
-June 8. Police said they found blood in Buskirk's car. Police believe they tried to cover their tracks by using Wolfe's phone to make a Facebook post after she was murdered.
-June 10, investigators found Wolfe's body.
According to the report, Buskirk said, he tried to block it all out, but has thoughts of his family's disappointment. News 10 spoke with one of those family members; his brother, Zachariah Buskirk.
He lived with Jordan Buskirk. He's shocked by the charges.
"It's just heartbreaking. He's my brother. I love him no matter what," Zachariah Buskirk.
said. "It's just hard for all three families. So I don't want anybody associated with anybody to be hurt."
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