TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – Police have issued a warrant for a fourth suspect in connection to a homicide case in Terre Haute.
The warrant is for 47-year-old Donald Featherstone. He’s wanted on charges of murder, robbery, and burglary involving the death of Matt Luecking, who was a local radio personality.
He is currently in a hospital in Illinois. The Terre Haute Police Department tells News 10 – based on his current status, detectives have been unable to speak with him.
Police in Terre Haute have provided law enforcement in Illinois with that warrant. Once released from the hospital, Featherstone will be taken to the Vigo County Jail.
On Monday, police found Matt Luecking dead inside of his apartment on Jackboot Court in the Village Quarter apartment complex. According to the coroner’s office, the cause of Luecking’s death was blunt force trauma to the head.
Kathleen Featherstone said Collins climbed to Luecking’s balcony, entered thru unlocked window, let her & her uncle Don Featherstone inside.
— Jon Swaner (@jonswaner) October 25, 2016
Police have also charged 24-year-old John Collins and 25-year-old Kathleen Featherstone for his murder.
Detectives have also arrested Benjamin J. Selig, 28 of Rockville, on a preliminary charge of assisting a criminal as a level 5 felony.
We will continue to bring you more developments as they become available. Get more information at News 10’s Jon Swaner’s Twitter account.