A Delphi Man Was Murdered in a Car Collision on Schuyler Avenue

A Delphi Man Was Murdered in a Car Collision on Schuyler Avenue. At approximately 5:25 p.m., the Cadillac SUV that belonged to James E. Slaughterbeck wandered into the adjacent northbound lane on Schuyler Avenue.

According to the Tippecanoe County Sheriff’s Office, the suspect lost control of his SUV and a Honda Accord on Monday, causing both vehicles to spin out of control.

After colliding with the Honda, Slaughterbeck’s SUV rolled, and he was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident.

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According to the information provided by the sheriff’s office, Slaughterbeck, 64 years old and from Delphi, passed away at the scene.

According to the sheriff’s office, law enforcement officers located Slaughterbeck pinned beneath the cargo area of the SUV and were able to free him.

According to the police, they started providing him with emergency medical treatment and CPR as soon as they found him, but his injuries were too severe for him to live.

A Delphi Man Was Murdered in a Car Collision on Schuyler Avenue

According to the information provided by the sheriff’s office, Nickolas P. Wade, 22, driving the Honda and not wearing his seat belt, sustained some minor injuries from the accident.

According to the sheriff’s office, both vehicles left the right side of the road. His truck did not turn over but spun out of control after the collision.

According to the sheriff’s office, the crash is still considered a possible criminal act. Carrie Costello, the coroner for Tippecanoe County, stated that an autopsy would take place on Wednesday.

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