Delphi investigation: Judge dismisses five charges against Kegan Kline

Posted at 9:42 PM, November 7, 2022 and last updated 4:02 PM, July 7, 2023

By Staff

PERU, Ind. (WRTV) — A Miami County, Indiana judge has officially dismissed five charges against Kegan Kline, a man supposedly linked to social media profiles connected to the investigation of the murders of Abby Williams and Liberty German in Delphi.

Kegan Kline (Miami County Sheriff’s Office)

Prosecutors filed a motion on Wednesday asking that five counts of child pornography possession against Kline be dismissed on the basis that “there is insufficient evidence to prove said counts beyond a reasonable doubt at trial.”

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Kline is charged with a total of 30 counts, including child exploitation, possession of child pornography, obstruction of justice and others, all stemming from an investigation into the social media profile “anthony_shots”, which is part of the larger Delphi murder investigation.

Kline was arrested in August 2020.

Last week, Indiana State Police named 50-year-old Richard Allen as the primary suspect in the girls’ murders. His arrest came more than five years after the investigation began.

L too R: Abigail “Abby” Williams and Liberty “Libby” German (Family Photos)

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Allen has been charged with two counts of murder. He is being held without bond ahead of a jury trial scheduled for March 24, 2023.

Kline, on the other hand, is scheduled to appear before a jury on Jan. 19, 2023. He’s being held on $265,000 bond.

This story was originally published Nov. 7, 2022 by WRTV in Indianapolis, an E.W. Scripps Company.