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Police followed a trail of candy wrappers to the thief

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Four people are in the running for this year’s silliest criminals prize after leaving police a handy trail of snacks that led right to their hideout.

A Little League concession stand in Rolando Park, in La Mesa, Calif., was burglarized around midnight on Thursday. When police arrived at the scene, however, they "found a trail of chips, candy, and other snacks leading away from the scene and up the street," said La Mesa police Sgt. Colin Atwood.

According to U-T San Diego, the authorities followed the handy trial of junk food wrappers from the ransacked snack stand to a house two blocks away, where they found a cash register and other items belonging to the concession stand, as well as a car full of even more snacks.

At the end of the trail, police found a man, two women, and a girl, all whom they promptly arrested on burglary charges.


  • James Chadwell II reportedly suffered from minor injuries in a fight in prison, where he is being held on charges of abducting and molesting a nine-year-old
  • It is unclear what started the fight, but it occurred just about an hour after his attacker Quentin Jackson Jr., was booked in jail
  • The brawl is currently under review, as Chadwell faces several years in prison following his April 19 kidnapping arrest
  • He is also being 'looked at' in the 2017 murders of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana who were going for a hike along a trail when they disappeared
  • Their bodies were found the next day, but their case has never been solved

Published: 17:22 BST, 12 May 2021 | Updated: 18:26 BST, 12 May 2021

A suspected pedophile linked to the unsolved Delphi Bridge murders of two young girls has been beaten up in jail after allegedly molesting a nine year-old girl.

James Chadwell II, 42, reportedly lost a fight with Quentin Jackson Jr., 25, on May 4 at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, staff there said.

Chadwell suffered from minor injuries to his face as a result, and was treated by the jail's medical staff, according to the sheriff's office.

It remains unclear what prompted the fight between the two men, but, the Journal & Courier reports, it began just about an hour after Jackson was booked into the jail for allegedly having nude photos on his phone of his underage girlfriend.

James Chadwell II, 42, (right) suffered minor injuries in his prison fight with Quentin Jackson Jr (left) on May 4, just about an hour after Jackson was booked in prison for allegedly having nude photos of his underage girlfriend on his phone

The fight occurred at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, where Chadwell is being held on kidnapping and assault charges

Chadwell, pictured before his arrest, is still being looked at in connection with the 2017 Delphi Bridge murders, although he has not been named a suspect

She is now 17, it was reported. The age of consent in Indiana is 16, but it remains an offense to have nude photos of anyone under the age of 18.

Jackson is accused of enticing the teenage to send him the photos before storing them on his phone.

Deputies have investigated the fight, according to the Journal & Courier, and the case will be sent to the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor's Office for review and possible charges.

Chadwell already faces a slew of charges and several years in prison after he was arrested on April 19 for allegedly kidnapping a nine year-old girl by inviting her into his Lafayette home to pet his dogs.

Once inside, prosecutors said, Chadwell allegedly took her into his basement where he attacked, strangled and sexually assaulted her before she was rescued by police.

The incident happened just 20 miles from where Abigail Williams, 13, and her friend Liberty German, 14, were found dead after going for a walk along the deserted Delphi Historic Trails in February 2017.

The case was never solved, but detectives said they are continuing to look into Chadwell. They have yet to declare him an official suspect.

The teenage girls were reported missing when they failed to show up after a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017.

Police investigating the 2017 murders of Libby German (left) and Abby Williams (right) in Delphi, Indiana, have confirmed they are 'looking into' Chadwell

Sheriff Toby Leazenby and Sgt Kim Riley pictured briefing journalists on the Delphi Bridge murders in 2018. The killings have become one of America's most notorious unsolved mysteries

The girls were reported missing when they failed to show up when a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017. Their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail the next day

A search was launched to find the teens and, the next day, their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail.

Their cause of death has never been released by authorities, but chilling images and audio of their final moments have turned the case into one of America's most infamous unsolved crimes.

Investigators believe the girls were approached by an unknown man while they were walking along a disused railway bridge on the scenic route.


  • James Chadwell II reportedly suffered from minor injuries in a fight in prison, where he is being held on charges of abducting and molesting a nine-year-old
  • It is unclear what started the fight, but it occurred just about an hour after his attacker Quentin Jackson Jr., was booked in jail
  • The brawl is currently under review, as Chadwell faces several years in prison following his April 19 kidnapping arrest
  • He is also being 'looked at' in the 2017 murders of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana who were going for a hike along a trail when they disappeared
  • Their bodies were found the next day, but their case has never been solved

Published: 17:22 BST, 12 May 2021 | Updated: 18:26 BST, 12 May 2021

A suspected pedophile linked to the unsolved Delphi Bridge murders of two young girls has been beaten up in jail after allegedly molesting a nine year-old girl.

James Chadwell II, 42, reportedly lost a fight with Quentin Jackson Jr., 25, on May 4 at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, staff there said.

Chadwell suffered from minor injuries to his face as a result, and was treated by the jail's medical staff, according to the sheriff's office.

It remains unclear what prompted the fight between the two men, but, the Journal & Courier reports, it began just about an hour after Jackson was booked into the jail for allegedly having nude photos on his phone of his underage girlfriend.

James Chadwell II, 42, (right) suffered minor injuries in his prison fight with Quentin Jackson Jr (left) on May 4, just about an hour after Jackson was booked in prison for allegedly having nude photos of his underage girlfriend on his phone

The fight occurred at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, where Chadwell is being held on kidnapping and assault charges

Chadwell, pictured before his arrest, is still being looked at in connection with the 2017 Delphi Bridge murders, although he has not been named a suspect

She is now 17, it was reported. The age of consent in Indiana is 16, but it remains an offense to have nude photos of anyone under the age of 18.

Jackson is accused of enticing the teenage to send him the photos before storing them on his phone.

Deputies have investigated the fight, according to the Journal & Courier, and the case will be sent to the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor's Office for review and possible charges.

Chadwell already faces a slew of charges and several years in prison after he was arrested on April 19 for allegedly kidnapping a nine year-old girl by inviting her into his Lafayette home to pet his dogs.

Once inside, prosecutors said, Chadwell allegedly took her into his basement where he attacked, strangled and sexually assaulted her before she was rescued by police.

The incident happened just 20 miles from where Abigail Williams, 13, and her friend Liberty German, 14, were found dead after going for a walk along the deserted Delphi Historic Trails in February 2017.

The case was never solved, but detectives said they are continuing to look into Chadwell. They have yet to declare him an official suspect.

The teenage girls were reported missing when they failed to show up after a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017.

Police investigating the 2017 murders of Libby German (left) and Abby Williams (right) in Delphi, Indiana, have confirmed they are 'looking into' Chadwell

Sheriff Toby Leazenby and Sgt Kim Riley pictured briefing journalists on the Delphi Bridge murders in 2018. The killings have become one of America's most notorious unsolved mysteries

The girls were reported missing when they failed to show up when a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017. Their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail the next day

A search was launched to find the teens and, the next day, their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail.

Their cause of death has never been released by authorities, but chilling images and audio of their final moments have turned the case into one of America's most infamous unsolved crimes.

Investigators believe the girls were approached by an unknown man while they were walking along a disused railway bridge on the scenic route.


  • James Chadwell II reportedly suffered from minor injuries in a fight in prison, where he is being held on charges of abducting and molesting a nine-year-old
  • It is unclear what started the fight, but it occurred just about an hour after his attacker Quentin Jackson Jr., was booked in jail
  • The brawl is currently under review, as Chadwell faces several years in prison following his April 19 kidnapping arrest
  • He is also being 'looked at' in the 2017 murders of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana who were going for a hike along a trail when they disappeared
  • Their bodies were found the next day, but their case has never been solved

Published: 17:22 BST, 12 May 2021 | Updated: 18:26 BST, 12 May 2021

A suspected pedophile linked to the unsolved Delphi Bridge murders of two young girls has been beaten up in jail after allegedly molesting a nine year-old girl.

James Chadwell II, 42, reportedly lost a fight with Quentin Jackson Jr., 25, on May 4 at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, staff there said.

Chadwell suffered from minor injuries to his face as a result, and was treated by the jail's medical staff, according to the sheriff's office.

It remains unclear what prompted the fight between the two men, but, the Journal & Courier reports, it began just about an hour after Jackson was booked into the jail for allegedly having nude photos on his phone of his underage girlfriend.

James Chadwell II, 42, (right) suffered minor injuries in his prison fight with Quentin Jackson Jr (left) on May 4, just about an hour after Jackson was booked in prison for allegedly having nude photos of his underage girlfriend on his phone

The fight occurred at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, where Chadwell is being held on kidnapping and assault charges

Chadwell, pictured before his arrest, is still being looked at in connection with the 2017 Delphi Bridge murders, although he has not been named a suspect

She is now 17, it was reported. The age of consent in Indiana is 16, but it remains an offense to have nude photos of anyone under the age of 18.

Jackson is accused of enticing the teenage to send him the photos before storing them on his phone.

Deputies have investigated the fight, according to the Journal & Courier, and the case will be sent to the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor's Office for review and possible charges.

Chadwell already faces a slew of charges and several years in prison after he was arrested on April 19 for allegedly kidnapping a nine year-old girl by inviting her into his Lafayette home to pet his dogs.

Once inside, prosecutors said, Chadwell allegedly took her into his basement where he attacked, strangled and sexually assaulted her before she was rescued by police.

The incident happened just 20 miles from where Abigail Williams, 13, and her friend Liberty German, 14, were found dead after going for a walk along the deserted Delphi Historic Trails in February 2017.

The case was never solved, but detectives said they are continuing to look into Chadwell. They have yet to declare him an official suspect.

The teenage girls were reported missing when they failed to show up after a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017.

Police investigating the 2017 murders of Libby German (left) and Abby Williams (right) in Delphi, Indiana, have confirmed they are 'looking into' Chadwell

Sheriff Toby Leazenby and Sgt Kim Riley pictured briefing journalists on the Delphi Bridge murders in 2018. The killings have become one of America's most notorious unsolved mysteries

The girls were reported missing when they failed to show up when a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017. Their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail the next day

A search was launched to find the teens and, the next day, their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail.

Their cause of death has never been released by authorities, but chilling images and audio of their final moments have turned the case into one of America's most infamous unsolved crimes.

Investigators believe the girls were approached by an unknown man while they were walking along a disused railway bridge on the scenic route.


  • James Chadwell II reportedly suffered from minor injuries in a fight in prison, where he is being held on charges of abducting and molesting a nine-year-old
  • It is unclear what started the fight, but it occurred just about an hour after his attacker Quentin Jackson Jr., was booked in jail
  • The brawl is currently under review, as Chadwell faces several years in prison following his April 19 kidnapping arrest
  • He is also being 'looked at' in the 2017 murders of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana who were going for a hike along a trail when they disappeared
  • Their bodies were found the next day, but their case has never been solved

Published: 17:22 BST, 12 May 2021 | Updated: 18:26 BST, 12 May 2021

A suspected pedophile linked to the unsolved Delphi Bridge murders of two young girls has been beaten up in jail after allegedly molesting a nine year-old girl.

James Chadwell II, 42, reportedly lost a fight with Quentin Jackson Jr., 25, on May 4 at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, staff there said.

Chadwell suffered from minor injuries to his face as a result, and was treated by the jail's medical staff, according to the sheriff's office.

It remains unclear what prompted the fight between the two men, but, the Journal & Courier reports, it began just about an hour after Jackson was booked into the jail for allegedly having nude photos on his phone of his underage girlfriend.

James Chadwell II, 42, (right) suffered minor injuries in his prison fight with Quentin Jackson Jr (left) on May 4, just about an hour after Jackson was booked in prison for allegedly having nude photos of his underage girlfriend on his phone

The fight occurred at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, where Chadwell is being held on kidnapping and assault charges

Chadwell, pictured before his arrest, is still being looked at in connection with the 2017 Delphi Bridge murders, although he has not been named a suspect

She is now 17, it was reported. The age of consent in Indiana is 16, but it remains an offense to have nude photos of anyone under the age of 18.

Jackson is accused of enticing the teenage to send him the photos before storing them on his phone.

Deputies have investigated the fight, according to the Journal & Courier, and the case will be sent to the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor's Office for review and possible charges.

Chadwell already faces a slew of charges and several years in prison after he was arrested on April 19 for allegedly kidnapping a nine year-old girl by inviting her into his Lafayette home to pet his dogs.

Once inside, prosecutors said, Chadwell allegedly took her into his basement where he attacked, strangled and sexually assaulted her before she was rescued by police.

The incident happened just 20 miles from where Abigail Williams, 13, and her friend Liberty German, 14, were found dead after going for a walk along the deserted Delphi Historic Trails in February 2017.

The case was never solved, but detectives said they are continuing to look into Chadwell. They have yet to declare him an official suspect.

The teenage girls were reported missing when they failed to show up after a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017.

Police investigating the 2017 murders of Libby German (left) and Abby Williams (right) in Delphi, Indiana, have confirmed they are 'looking into' Chadwell

Sheriff Toby Leazenby and Sgt Kim Riley pictured briefing journalists on the Delphi Bridge murders in 2018. The killings have become one of America's most notorious unsolved mysteries

The girls were reported missing when they failed to show up when a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017. Their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail the next day

A search was launched to find the teens and, the next day, their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail.

Their cause of death has never been released by authorities, but chilling images and audio of their final moments have turned the case into one of America's most infamous unsolved crimes.

Investigators believe the girls were approached by an unknown man while they were walking along a disused railway bridge on the scenic route.


  • James Chadwell II reportedly suffered from minor injuries in a fight in prison, where he is being held on charges of abducting and molesting a nine-year-old
  • It is unclear what started the fight, but it occurred just about an hour after his attacker Quentin Jackson Jr., was booked in jail
  • The brawl is currently under review, as Chadwell faces several years in prison following his April 19 kidnapping arrest
  • He is also being 'looked at' in the 2017 murders of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana who were going for a hike along a trail when they disappeared
  • Their bodies were found the next day, but their case has never been solved

Published: 17:22 BST, 12 May 2021 | Updated: 18:26 BST, 12 May 2021

A suspected pedophile linked to the unsolved Delphi Bridge murders of two young girls has been beaten up in jail after allegedly molesting a nine year-old girl.

James Chadwell II, 42, reportedly lost a fight with Quentin Jackson Jr., 25, on May 4 at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, staff there said.

Chadwell suffered from minor injuries to his face as a result, and was treated by the jail's medical staff, according to the sheriff's office.

It remains unclear what prompted the fight between the two men, but, the Journal & Courier reports, it began just about an hour after Jackson was booked into the jail for allegedly having nude photos on his phone of his underage girlfriend.

James Chadwell II, 42, (right) suffered minor injuries in his prison fight with Quentin Jackson Jr (left) on May 4, just about an hour after Jackson was booked in prison for allegedly having nude photos of his underage girlfriend on his phone

The fight occurred at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, where Chadwell is being held on kidnapping and assault charges

Chadwell, pictured before his arrest, is still being looked at in connection with the 2017 Delphi Bridge murders, although he has not been named a suspect

She is now 17, it was reported. The age of consent in Indiana is 16, but it remains an offense to have nude photos of anyone under the age of 18.

Jackson is accused of enticing the teenage to send him the photos before storing them on his phone.

Deputies have investigated the fight, according to the Journal & Courier, and the case will be sent to the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor's Office for review and possible charges.

Chadwell already faces a slew of charges and several years in prison after he was arrested on April 19 for allegedly kidnapping a nine year-old girl by inviting her into his Lafayette home to pet his dogs.

Once inside, prosecutors said, Chadwell allegedly took her into his basement where he attacked, strangled and sexually assaulted her before she was rescued by police.

The incident happened just 20 miles from where Abigail Williams, 13, and her friend Liberty German, 14, were found dead after going for a walk along the deserted Delphi Historic Trails in February 2017.

The case was never solved, but detectives said they are continuing to look into Chadwell. They have yet to declare him an official suspect.

The teenage girls were reported missing when they failed to show up after a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017.

Police investigating the 2017 murders of Libby German (left) and Abby Williams (right) in Delphi, Indiana, have confirmed they are 'looking into' Chadwell

Sheriff Toby Leazenby and Sgt Kim Riley pictured briefing journalists on the Delphi Bridge murders in 2018. The killings have become one of America's most notorious unsolved mysteries

The girls were reported missing when they failed to show up when a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017. Their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail the next day

A search was launched to find the teens and, the next day, their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail.

Their cause of death has never been released by authorities, but chilling images and audio of their final moments have turned the case into one of America's most infamous unsolved crimes.

Investigators believe the girls were approached by an unknown man while they were walking along a disused railway bridge on the scenic route.


  • James Chadwell II reportedly suffered from minor injuries in a fight in prison, where he is being held on charges of abducting and molesting a nine-year-old
  • It is unclear what started the fight, but it occurred just about an hour after his attacker Quentin Jackson Jr., was booked in jail
  • The brawl is currently under review, as Chadwell faces several years in prison following his April 19 kidnapping arrest
  • He is also being 'looked at' in the 2017 murders of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana who were going for a hike along a trail when they disappeared
  • Their bodies were found the next day, but their case has never been solved

Published: 17:22 BST, 12 May 2021 | Updated: 18:26 BST, 12 May 2021

A suspected pedophile linked to the unsolved Delphi Bridge murders of two young girls has been beaten up in jail after allegedly molesting a nine year-old girl.

James Chadwell II, 42, reportedly lost a fight with Quentin Jackson Jr., 25, on May 4 at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, staff there said.

Chadwell suffered from minor injuries to his face as a result, and was treated by the jail's medical staff, according to the sheriff's office.

It remains unclear what prompted the fight between the two men, but, the Journal & Courier reports, it began just about an hour after Jackson was booked into the jail for allegedly having nude photos on his phone of his underage girlfriend.

James Chadwell II, 42, (right) suffered minor injuries in his prison fight with Quentin Jackson Jr (left) on May 4, just about an hour after Jackson was booked in prison for allegedly having nude photos of his underage girlfriend on his phone

The fight occurred at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, where Chadwell is being held on kidnapping and assault charges

Chadwell, pictured before his arrest, is still being looked at in connection with the 2017 Delphi Bridge murders, although he has not been named a suspect

She is now 17, it was reported. The age of consent in Indiana is 16, but it remains an offense to have nude photos of anyone under the age of 18.

Jackson is accused of enticing the teenage to send him the photos before storing them on his phone.

Deputies have investigated the fight, according to the Journal & Courier, and the case will be sent to the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor's Office for review and possible charges.

Chadwell already faces a slew of charges and several years in prison after he was arrested on April 19 for allegedly kidnapping a nine year-old girl by inviting her into his Lafayette home to pet his dogs.

Once inside, prosecutors said, Chadwell allegedly took her into his basement where he attacked, strangled and sexually assaulted her before she was rescued by police.

The incident happened just 20 miles from where Abigail Williams, 13, and her friend Liberty German, 14, were found dead after going for a walk along the deserted Delphi Historic Trails in February 2017.

The case was never solved, but detectives said they are continuing to look into Chadwell. They have yet to declare him an official suspect.

The teenage girls were reported missing when they failed to show up after a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017.

Police investigating the 2017 murders of Libby German (left) and Abby Williams (right) in Delphi, Indiana, have confirmed they are 'looking into' Chadwell

Sheriff Toby Leazenby and Sgt Kim Riley pictured briefing journalists on the Delphi Bridge murders in 2018. The killings have become one of America's most notorious unsolved mysteries

The girls were reported missing when they failed to show up when a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017. Their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail the next day

A search was launched to find the teens and, the next day, their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail.

Their cause of death has never been released by authorities, but chilling images and audio of their final moments have turned the case into one of America's most infamous unsolved crimes.

Investigators believe the girls were approached by an unknown man while they were walking along a disused railway bridge on the scenic route.


  • James Chadwell II reportedly suffered from minor injuries in a fight in prison, where he is being held on charges of abducting and molesting a nine-year-old
  • It is unclear what started the fight, but it occurred just about an hour after his attacker Quentin Jackson Jr., was booked in jail
  • The brawl is currently under review, as Chadwell faces several years in prison following his April 19 kidnapping arrest
  • He is also being 'looked at' in the 2017 murders of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana who were going for a hike along a trail when they disappeared
  • Their bodies were found the next day, but their case has never been solved

Published: 17:22 BST, 12 May 2021 | Updated: 18:26 BST, 12 May 2021

A suspected pedophile linked to the unsolved Delphi Bridge murders of two young girls has been beaten up in jail after allegedly molesting a nine year-old girl.

James Chadwell II, 42, reportedly lost a fight with Quentin Jackson Jr., 25, on May 4 at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, staff there said.

Chadwell suffered from minor injuries to his face as a result, and was treated by the jail's medical staff, according to the sheriff's office.

It remains unclear what prompted the fight between the two men, but, the Journal & Courier reports, it began just about an hour after Jackson was booked into the jail for allegedly having nude photos on his phone of his underage girlfriend.

James Chadwell II, 42, (right) suffered minor injuries in his prison fight with Quentin Jackson Jr (left) on May 4, just about an hour after Jackson was booked in prison for allegedly having nude photos of his underage girlfriend on his phone

The fight occurred at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, where Chadwell is being held on kidnapping and assault charges

Chadwell, pictured before his arrest, is still being looked at in connection with the 2017 Delphi Bridge murders, although he has not been named a suspect

She is now 17, it was reported. The age of consent in Indiana is 16, but it remains an offense to have nude photos of anyone under the age of 18.

Jackson is accused of enticing the teenage to send him the photos before storing them on his phone.

Deputies have investigated the fight, according to the Journal & Courier, and the case will be sent to the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor's Office for review and possible charges.

Chadwell already faces a slew of charges and several years in prison after he was arrested on April 19 for allegedly kidnapping a nine year-old girl by inviting her into his Lafayette home to pet his dogs.

Once inside, prosecutors said, Chadwell allegedly took her into his basement where he attacked, strangled and sexually assaulted her before she was rescued by police.

The incident happened just 20 miles from where Abigail Williams, 13, and her friend Liberty German, 14, were found dead after going for a walk along the deserted Delphi Historic Trails in February 2017.

The case was never solved, but detectives said they are continuing to look into Chadwell. They have yet to declare him an official suspect.

The teenage girls were reported missing when they failed to show up after a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017.

Police investigating the 2017 murders of Libby German (left) and Abby Williams (right) in Delphi, Indiana, have confirmed they are 'looking into' Chadwell

Sheriff Toby Leazenby and Sgt Kim Riley pictured briefing journalists on the Delphi Bridge murders in 2018. The killings have become one of America's most notorious unsolved mysteries

The girls were reported missing when they failed to show up when a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017. Their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail the next day

A search was launched to find the teens and, the next day, their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail.

Their cause of death has never been released by authorities, but chilling images and audio of their final moments have turned the case into one of America's most infamous unsolved crimes.

Investigators believe the girls were approached by an unknown man while they were walking along a disused railway bridge on the scenic route.


  • James Chadwell II reportedly suffered from minor injuries in a fight in prison, where he is being held on charges of abducting and molesting a nine-year-old
  • It is unclear what started the fight, but it occurred just about an hour after his attacker Quentin Jackson Jr., was booked in jail
  • The brawl is currently under review, as Chadwell faces several years in prison following his April 19 kidnapping arrest
  • He is also being 'looked at' in the 2017 murders of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana who were going for a hike along a trail when they disappeared
  • Their bodies were found the next day, but their case has never been solved

Published: 17:22 BST, 12 May 2021 | Updated: 18:26 BST, 12 May 2021

A suspected pedophile linked to the unsolved Delphi Bridge murders of two young girls has been beaten up in jail after allegedly molesting a nine year-old girl.

James Chadwell II, 42, reportedly lost a fight with Quentin Jackson Jr., 25, on May 4 at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, staff there said.

Chadwell suffered from minor injuries to his face as a result, and was treated by the jail's medical staff, according to the sheriff's office.

It remains unclear what prompted the fight between the two men, but, the Journal & Courier reports, it began just about an hour after Jackson was booked into the jail for allegedly having nude photos on his phone of his underage girlfriend.

James Chadwell II, 42, (right) suffered minor injuries in his prison fight with Quentin Jackson Jr (left) on May 4, just about an hour after Jackson was booked in prison for allegedly having nude photos of his underage girlfriend on his phone

The fight occurred at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, where Chadwell is being held on kidnapping and assault charges

Chadwell, pictured before his arrest, is still being looked at in connection with the 2017 Delphi Bridge murders, although he has not been named a suspect

She is now 17, it was reported. The age of consent in Indiana is 16, but it remains an offense to have nude photos of anyone under the age of 18.

Jackson is accused of enticing the teenage to send him the photos before storing them on his phone.

Deputies have investigated the fight, according to the Journal & Courier, and the case will be sent to the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor's Office for review and possible charges.

Chadwell already faces a slew of charges and several years in prison after he was arrested on April 19 for allegedly kidnapping a nine year-old girl by inviting her into his Lafayette home to pet his dogs.

Once inside, prosecutors said, Chadwell allegedly took her into his basement where he attacked, strangled and sexually assaulted her before she was rescued by police.

The incident happened just 20 miles from where Abigail Williams, 13, and her friend Liberty German, 14, were found dead after going for a walk along the deserted Delphi Historic Trails in February 2017.

The case was never solved, but detectives said they are continuing to look into Chadwell. They have yet to declare him an official suspect.

The teenage girls were reported missing when they failed to show up after a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017.

Police investigating the 2017 murders of Libby German (left) and Abby Williams (right) in Delphi, Indiana, have confirmed they are 'looking into' Chadwell

Sheriff Toby Leazenby and Sgt Kim Riley pictured briefing journalists on the Delphi Bridge murders in 2018. The killings have become one of America's most notorious unsolved mysteries

The girls were reported missing when they failed to show up when a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017. Their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail the next day

A search was launched to find the teens and, the next day, their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail.

Their cause of death has never been released by authorities, but chilling images and audio of their final moments have turned the case into one of America's most infamous unsolved crimes.

Investigators believe the girls were approached by an unknown man while they were walking along a disused railway bridge on the scenic route.


  • James Chadwell II reportedly suffered from minor injuries in a fight in prison, where he is being held on charges of abducting and molesting a nine-year-old
  • It is unclear what started the fight, but it occurred just about an hour after his attacker Quentin Jackson Jr., was booked in jail
  • The brawl is currently under review, as Chadwell faces several years in prison following his April 19 kidnapping arrest
  • He is also being 'looked at' in the 2017 murders of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana who were going for a hike along a trail when they disappeared
  • Their bodies were found the next day, but their case has never been solved

Published: 17:22 BST, 12 May 2021 | Updated: 18:26 BST, 12 May 2021

A suspected pedophile linked to the unsolved Delphi Bridge murders of two young girls has been beaten up in jail after allegedly molesting a nine year-old girl.

James Chadwell II, 42, reportedly lost a fight with Quentin Jackson Jr., 25, on May 4 at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, staff there said.

Chadwell suffered from minor injuries to his face as a result, and was treated by the jail's medical staff, according to the sheriff's office.

It remains unclear what prompted the fight between the two men, but, the Journal & Courier reports, it began just about an hour after Jackson was booked into the jail for allegedly having nude photos on his phone of his underage girlfriend.

James Chadwell II, 42, (right) suffered minor injuries in his prison fight with Quentin Jackson Jr (left) on May 4, just about an hour after Jackson was booked in prison for allegedly having nude photos of his underage girlfriend on his phone

The fight occurred at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, where Chadwell is being held on kidnapping and assault charges

Chadwell, pictured before his arrest, is still being looked at in connection with the 2017 Delphi Bridge murders, although he has not been named a suspect

She is now 17, it was reported. The age of consent in Indiana is 16, but it remains an offense to have nude photos of anyone under the age of 18.

Jackson is accused of enticing the teenage to send him the photos before storing them on his phone.

Deputies have investigated the fight, according to the Journal & Courier, and the case will be sent to the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor's Office for review and possible charges.

Chadwell already faces a slew of charges and several years in prison after he was arrested on April 19 for allegedly kidnapping a nine year-old girl by inviting her into his Lafayette home to pet his dogs.

Once inside, prosecutors said, Chadwell allegedly took her into his basement where he attacked, strangled and sexually assaulted her before she was rescued by police.

The incident happened just 20 miles from where Abigail Williams, 13, and her friend Liberty German, 14, were found dead after going for a walk along the deserted Delphi Historic Trails in February 2017.

The case was never solved, but detectives said they are continuing to look into Chadwell. They have yet to declare him an official suspect.

The teenage girls were reported missing when they failed to show up after a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017.

Police investigating the 2017 murders of Libby German (left) and Abby Williams (right) in Delphi, Indiana, have confirmed they are 'looking into' Chadwell

Sheriff Toby Leazenby and Sgt Kim Riley pictured briefing journalists on the Delphi Bridge murders in 2018. The killings have become one of America's most notorious unsolved mysteries

The girls were reported missing when they failed to show up when a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017. Their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail the next day

A search was launched to find the teens and, the next day, their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail.

Their cause of death has never been released by authorities, but chilling images and audio of their final moments have turned the case into one of America's most infamous unsolved crimes.

Investigators believe the girls were approached by an unknown man while they were walking along a disused railway bridge on the scenic route.


  • James Chadwell II reportedly suffered from minor injuries in a fight in prison, where he is being held on charges of abducting and molesting a nine-year-old
  • It is unclear what started the fight, but it occurred just about an hour after his attacker Quentin Jackson Jr., was booked in jail
  • The brawl is currently under review, as Chadwell faces several years in prison following his April 19 kidnapping arrest
  • He is also being 'looked at' in the 2017 murders of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana who were going for a hike along a trail when they disappeared
  • Their bodies were found the next day, but their case has never been solved

Published: 17:22 BST, 12 May 2021 | Updated: 18:26 BST, 12 May 2021

A suspected pedophile linked to the unsolved Delphi Bridge murders of two young girls has been beaten up in jail after allegedly molesting a nine year-old girl.

James Chadwell II, 42, reportedly lost a fight with Quentin Jackson Jr., 25, on May 4 at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, staff there said.

Chadwell suffered from minor injuries to his face as a result, and was treated by the jail's medical staff, according to the sheriff's office.

It remains unclear what prompted the fight between the two men, but, the Journal & Courier reports, it began just about an hour after Jackson was booked into the jail for allegedly having nude photos on his phone of his underage girlfriend.

James Chadwell II, 42, (right) suffered minor injuries in his prison fight with Quentin Jackson Jr (left) on May 4, just about an hour after Jackson was booked in prison for allegedly having nude photos of his underage girlfriend on his phone

The fight occurred at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and Jail in Indiana, where Chadwell is being held on kidnapping and assault charges

Chadwell, pictured before his arrest, is still being looked at in connection with the 2017 Delphi Bridge murders, although he has not been named a suspect

She is now 17, it was reported. The age of consent in Indiana is 16, but it remains an offense to have nude photos of anyone under the age of 18.

Jackson is accused of enticing the teenage to send him the photos before storing them on his phone.

Deputies have investigated the fight, according to the Journal & Courier, and the case will be sent to the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor's Office for review and possible charges.

Chadwell already faces a slew of charges and several years in prison after he was arrested on April 19 for allegedly kidnapping a nine year-old girl by inviting her into his Lafayette home to pet his dogs.

Once inside, prosecutors said, Chadwell allegedly took her into his basement where he attacked, strangled and sexually assaulted her before she was rescued by police.

The incident happened just 20 miles from where Abigail Williams, 13, and her friend Liberty German, 14, were found dead after going for a walk along the deserted Delphi Historic Trails in February 2017.

The case was never solved, but detectives said they are continuing to look into Chadwell. They have yet to declare him an official suspect.

The teenage girls were reported missing when they failed to show up after a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017.

Police investigating the 2017 murders of Libby German (left) and Abby Williams (right) in Delphi, Indiana, have confirmed they are 'looking into' Chadwell

Sheriff Toby Leazenby and Sgt Kim Riley pictured briefing journalists on the Delphi Bridge murders in 2018. The killings have become one of America's most notorious unsolved mysteries

The girls were reported missing when they failed to show up when a parent came to pick them up from a hike along the Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017. Their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail the next day

A search was launched to find the teens and, the next day, their bodies were discovered in a secluded wooded area off the main trail.

Their cause of death has never been released by authorities, but chilling images and audio of their final moments have turned the case into one of America's most infamous unsolved crimes.

Investigators believe the girls were approached by an unknown man while they were walking along a disused railway bridge on the scenic route.


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