Outside jury to hear case against man accused of murdering Linton teen

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A jury will be brought in to hear the case against a Jasonville man accused of killing 19-year-old Katelyn Wolfe.

Randal Crosley faces several charges including murder, conspiracy to commit murder and criminal confinement, among others.

Officials said he and Jordan Burskirk planned to rape and kill a stranger in the weeks leading up to the crime.

Earlier this month, Wolfe was found in a Greene County lake with a 20-pound weight tied to her body.

Police said she died from asphyxia due to smothering.

A trial date has not been set yet.

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