INDIANAPOLIS — The woman accused of stabbing and killing two Indianapolis residents earlier this month had previously written about “what it would be like to kill someone,” according to a court document.
Kristen Wolf, 28, has been charged with two counts of murder, one count of attempted murder and one count of attempted battery by means of a deadly weapon.
She is accused of killing 28-year-old Dylan Dickover and 24-year-old Victoria Cook at an apartment on Indianapolis’ west side. A third victim survived the attack.
When police searched her residence, they found one piece of paper wondering what it would be like to kill someone and taking inspiration from serial killers, and another with a short will. The paper was signed by Wolf, according to the court document.
The attack may have been related to an ex-boyfriend of one of the victims. The roommate of one of the victims told police he was teaching them to kill with axes and knives and that he “trains women to kill,” according to the probable cause.
At the time of the attack, Wolf was dating the man. She also worked for the Indiana Department of Corrections at the Madison Correctional facility.