The Darmstadt man accused of killing his wife is due in court today at 2 p.m. for a review hearing.
The Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office says Clint Loehrlein, 54, shot and killed his wife, Sherry Loehrlein, 52, on January 23, 2017.
Loehrlein is also accused of shooting his adult twin daughters, Cynthia and Nicole Loehrlein.
Cynthia was also stabbed multiple times by her father.
Family members say this is something they never saw coming.
Prosecutors added to Clint Loehrlein’s long list of charges, while the judge entered a not guilty plea on his behalf.
The twins’ disturbing recount of events led prosecutors to pursue additional charges: two counts of attempted murder.
This comes in lieu of Loehrlein’s initial murder charge, two counts of aggravated battery, and one count of resisting law enforcement.
The minimum sentence for one murder charge is 45 years in prison.
The minimum prison sentence for only one attempted murder charge is 20 years.
Sherry Loehrlein’s funeral was held on January 28 in Mount Carmel, Il.