Delphi teens update: Landowner where girls were found, visited county dumpsite the day they were killed

Although he’s not considered a person of interest in the killings of two Delphi, Indiana, teens, the man who owns the land where the girls were found, drove to the county dump on the same day they were murdered.

FOX 59 reports that Ron Logan, 77, is the owner of the land where Libby German, 14, and Abby Williams, 13, were found dead on February 14. Logan was arrested last month on a drunk driving probation violation unrelated to the murders, but investigators searched his home, looking for any clues that could help them solve the girls’ murder. So far, there’s been no indication that anything was found.

On Monday, investigators said that Logan made an unauthorized road trip to the Carroll County Waste Transfer Station, followed by a stop at a restaurant where he drank alcohol. The trips were a direction violation of his probation agreement, that requires him to refrain from driving a vehicle and drinking. In 2014, Logan was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated and placed on probation with strict stipulations.

“We allege that he violated those conditions of his probation by drinking, by having access to his vehicle which he wasn’t supposed to have and by driving while he’s adjudicated as a habitual traffic violator,” said Deputy Prosecutor Jerry Beam.

So far, it’s unclear why Logan went to the dump site. He remains behind bars for probation violation. If convicted, he could face four and half years in prison.

[Feature Photo: Family Handout/Delphi PD]