Lead detective from 1969 Delhi savings and loan murders to speak at the Mount

Criminology, Press Releases

On September 24, 1969, four women were working at Cabinet Supreme Savings and Loan Association when three men robbed and murdered them. It was an event that has made headlines for years, after the three men were sentenced to death but had their sentences commuted to life in prison when the death penalty was abolished in Ohio. 

Lead detective on that case, Howard Makin, will be speak about the crime on Monday, October 7 at 7 p.m. in Classroom 11 at the Mount.

Snacks and drinks will be provided.