It’s nice to see that the sudden outbreak of zombie-like behavior isn’t just limited to Florida.
Now, a Morgan State University student in Maryland who’s been charged with murdering a man told investigators he ate the victim’s heart and part of his brain.
Alexander Kinyua, 21, now faces first degree murder charges. Investigators said Kinyua initially became a suspect when his brother found what he thought seemed to be human remains in the basement of the family’s home.
The brother told his father what he had found, but when the dad went downstairs to investigate, Kinyua was cleaning out a canister and there were no signs of any human remains.
Kinyua’s roommate, Kujoe Bonsafo Agyei-Kodie, was reported missing on Friday. While detectives have not positively been able to identify the body, police say they’re convinced the dismembered corpse is that of the missing student.
Ahyei-Kodie was last seen near his home in Joppatowne, Maryland. Investigators said he had left his house to go out for a run, but never returned.
Harford County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Monica Worrell said that, thanks to a search and seizure warrant, deputies found body parts in the Terrapin Terrace home.
Body parts were also discovered in a nearby Dumpster.
More in the video below.
- Human remains found in Joppatowne possibly missing man (wbaltv.com)
- Partial Human Remains Found in Joppatowne House and Dumpster; Suspect Charged with Murder and Assault (daggerpress.com)