Two drug dealers, who were childhood best friends, killed their 19-year-old customer, Katelyn Wolfe, left, after a plan to rape and murder just "popped in their heads," according to an affidavit obtained by Crimesider.
Jordan Buskirk, 25, of Jasonville, Ind., told police, according to the affidavit, that he had only met Wolfe two or three times before and that she was not the intended target but "the opportunity was just there."
During a police interview, Buskirk allegedly admitted that he and 26-year-old Randal Crosley, of Linton, Ind., had conversations about forcing themselves onto a complete stranger for at least a week before Wolfe's June 6, 2013 murder. In the days prior to the murder, police contend, Buskirk said the two men purchased condoms, handcuffs, rope, a 20-pound weight, and other items to use to execute their plan.
Crosley and Buskirk are charged with murder, conspiracy to commit murder, conspiracy to commit rape and criminal confinement in the murder of Wolfe. A Greene County judge entered not guilty pleas Friday, June 14, 2013 for both.