Indianapolis Murderer’s Life Cut Short in Indiana State Prison


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Michigan City, IN – An Indianapolis man who had previously been sentenced for murder has been killed at the Indiana State Prison in Michigan City. 

According to reports, Victor Glenn, a 44-year-old inmate with a prior murder conviction, had been serving his sentence with a projected release date June 2066. Circumstances surrounding Glenn’s death are currently under investigation as a homicide by detectives from the Indiana State Police Criminal Investigations Division Lowell Post. 

No further details have been released surrounding Glenn’s death. Glenn was convicted of fatally shooting two people in a drug dispute in 2007.


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