A Chicago man has been charged with the murder of a South Bend woman found
injured on the side of I-65 in Jasper County on Thursday.
Nathan Huey-Dingle, 30, was charged on Monday with murder; aggravated
battery; promoting prostitution; intimidation; criminal confinement; and two
counts of operating while intoxicated.
Those charges stem from an investigation begun when a woman later identified
as Rachael Savanna Woods, 20, was found on the shoulder of the southbound
lanes of I-65 at the 211 mile marker, four miles south of the Rensselaer
Woods was airlifted to an Indianapolis hospital, where she later died.
Woods had been one of the passengers in a a 2002 Buick SUV, police said, and
Huey-Dingle another. Huey-Dingle was taken into custody at the scene on an
active warrant. He is currently being held at the Jasper County Jail.