A denounced executioner who supposedly slashed up a man and stuffed the casualty’s body parts in a bag was gotten by cops since he left his name on the gear’s tag, as indicated by a report.
Benjamin Satterthwaite, 28, is blamed for butchering 33-year-old Joshua Lockard, whose remains were found in the bags by two city workers in southwest Denver on Dec. 29, as per a police oath acquired by KMGH-TV.
Satterthwaite was first connected to the situation when cops at the scene saw one of the bags had a United Airlines baggage carousel sticker with the name “Satterthwaite” and “Sanctum,” the testimony states.
On New Year’s Day, cops reacted to Satterthwaite’s condo where they found a lady who kicked the bucket of an obvious medication glut lying close to Satterthwaite, who was oblivious likewise from a potential medication glut, specialists said.
Satterthwaite was taken to a clinic while cops got a warrant to look through his home. Police found a bag in his loft-like the one found at the wrongdoing scene, and an extreme measure of blood on a couch, in the washroom and bath, as per court records.
Police additionally found a grisly saw edge Satterthwaite purchased from a Walmart on Dec. 27, specialists said.