(Indianapolis, IN) - A man who shot a pizza deliveryman in Michigan City a long time ago has now been charged with the murders of two women in Indianapolis.
David Hiner, 30, is facing two counts of Murder for the stabbing deaths in late January.
In 2010, a 35-year-old man working for Papa John's was at a red light when two men demanding money approached his vehicle at Woodland Avenue and Michigan Boulevard. The victim, Randy Salat, who had a family to support, began driving off when shot.
According to family members at the time, the bullet went through a lung and his stomach before coming to rest near his spinal cord. He spent about three weeks in the hospital after having four surgeries.
A judge citing Hiner’s extensive criminal history as a juvenile gave him an 18-year prison sentence, having previously been on probation at the time of the recent murders.
According to court documents, Hiner had an address in Indianapolis at the time of the Michigan City shooting.