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Formal charges filed against fiance of Warrick Co. murder suspect

Kelli Wyrick (Source: Warrick County Jail) Kelli Wyrick (Source: Warrick County Jail)
Mathew McCallister (Source: Vanderburgh County Jail) Mathew McCallister (Source: Vanderburgh County Jail)
Others also charged in Nelson's murder. Others also charged in Nelson's murder.
WARRICK CO., IN (WFIE) -

Formal charges have now been filed against Kelli Wyrick, the fiance of suspect Mat McCallister, in the Warrick County murder investigation of Joseph Nelson.    

In the probable cause affidavit obtained by 14 News, Wyrick denied any knowledge of evidence involving the murder and denied destroying any evidence. 

Records show detectives found screen shots of text messages that Wyrick had taken between McCallister and the other suspects. Documents say those messages show that McCallister had accused the victim of playing around with Wyrick, which Nelson denied. 
     
Records also show messages from Nelson to McCallister say that Nelson didn't mean to upset anyone and he wouldn't do anything to deliberately bring harm to McCallister or his family.


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