Kristen Wolf Murders 2 In Indiana

Kristen Wolf is a killer from Indiana who was convicted of two counts of murder in a random attack

According to court documents Kristen Wolf would go to an apartment building where she would knock on the door of a random stranger. When Victoria Cook answered the door she would be stabbed to death. When Dylan Dickover attempted to help Victoria he would be stabbed in the leg which severed an artery causing his death. A third person would be injured in the brutal attack

Kristen Wolf would be arrested, convicted and sentenced to one hundred years in prison

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DOC Number291369
First NameKRISTEN
Middle NameL
Last NameWOLF
Suffix
Date of Birth06/1991
GenderFemale
RaceWhite
Facility/LocationIndiana Women’s Prison
Earliest Possible Release Date*
* Incarcerated individuals scheduled for release on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday are released on Monday. Incarcerated individuals scheduled for release on a Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday are released on Thursday. Incarcerated individuals whose release date falls on a Holiday are released on the first working day prior to the Holiday.
05/21/2095

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Kristen Wolf Case

Prosecutors charged a former Indiana Department of Corrections employee in connection with a deadly triple stabbing that occurred earlier this month.

Kristen Wolf, 28, is charged with two counts of murder, one count of attempted murder, and one count of attempted battery by means of a deadly weapon in connection with a triple stabbing earlier this month.

Police say she killed two people and seriously injured a third person in a stabbing at a west side apartment complex on May 11.

Police say 24-year-old Victoria Cook was ambushed and stabbed to death by Wolf after answering a knock at her door. A second victim, 28-year-old Dylan Dickover, tried to stop the attack, but he died after Wolf stabbed him in the leg, severing a major artery.

Three other people inside the apartment survived. None of them knew the attacker.

Police tracked down Wolf because she lost her hat at the scene of the attack. The hat had Indiana Department of Corrections stitched on a patch, and her name was also written on the tag.

Police picked Wolf up from work at the Madison Correctional Facility on May 22. She told them she has worked at the DOC since 2014. During their interview, she denied being in Indianapolis on May 11. She said she was off that day and at home with her friend.

She then requested a lawyer and the interview ended.

Police executed a search warrant of her home, and they found a two-page note on her bedroom nightstand.

In that note, police claim Wolf wrote about how she wondered what it would be like to kill someone and how she took inspiration from serial killers. She also said she didn’t want to kill someone she knew ,and she wasn’t planning to die but was prepared for it.

A short signed will was also attached. It was dated May 11, 2020—the day of the murders.

Police arrested Wolf and transported her back to Indianapolis.

A shift lieutenant from the Madison Correctional Facility told police a couple of her employees who worked with Wolf came forward with information. One of the employees saw Wolf shampoo the inside of her car and then inspect it with a blacklight.

Another co-worker who considered herself to be Wolf’s friend said over the last few weeks she was becoming more paranoid. She said Wolf told her about her boyfriend, but she didn’t think he was a good guy because he was always sending her messages about killing people.

Wolf had her initial hearing Friday morning, and her pretrial conference is schedule for September 30.

She remains behind bars at the Marion County Jail.

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Kristen Wolf News

Prosecutors say Kristen Wolf has been sentenced to 100 years in prison for the fatal 2020 stabbing that killed two people and injured one.

According to a release, Wolf pleaded guilty to two counts of murder, attempted murder, and battery by means of a deadly weapon in December 2022.

In May 2020, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Officers received reports of a stabbing on the city’s west side in the 5600 block of Portsmouth Avenue.

When they arrived, they found three people stabbed. Two people identified as Victoria Cook and Dylan Dickover died from their injuries. The third person stabbed was seriously injured.

Indiana woman gets 100 years for fatal 2020 stabbing

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