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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Wabash Valley Correctional Facility
Wabash Valley Correctional Facility is a prison situated in south of Terre Haute, located in Carlisle, Indiana. - Source: Wikipedia
Roger Clay Drollinger, sentenced to four life sentences for a 1977 western Indiana home invasion that left three teenage brothers and their step-brother dead, died in his cell Wednesday, a prison spokesman said. He was 61.
A southern Indiana man was being held without bail Friday after he was arrested in connection with the 2006 slaying of an 81-year-old World War II veteran, and police said another man also might have been involved.