Content Warning: Some readers may find the discussion of a violent crime in the following article upsetting. Readers who need support should get in touch with their local police department or mental health providers.
Authorities in Levittown, Pennsylvania, have detained 32-year-old Justin Mohn after he was charged of beheading his father, in an alarming development. This serious incident came to light after a video purportedly featuring the suspect holding what seemed to be his father’s head was taken down from YouTube.
The Bucks County District Attorney’s Office has verified that Michael Mohn, 68, was the victim of this violent conduct on Tuesday at their family home. The investigation into the incident’s motivation is still ongoing.
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The video, which was removed after about 14 minutes, had words made by the culprit criticising various societal groups and governmental establishments.
But what really sparked a quick police response was the incriminating proof of the alleged incident and his incitement for violence against particular government leaders.
After being taken into custody at Fort Indiantown Gap on Tuesday night, Justin Mohn was transferred to a Middletown facility the following day. In remarks to the media, Middletown Police Chief Joe Bartorilla revealed that the deceased was discovered at a disturbing scene to which the authorities had reacted.
More information is awaited as this is an ongoing investigation, and the authorities are urging anyone with knowledge to come forward. This instance has created a stir in the community and served as a reminder of the importance of being watchful and providing help to people going through mental health crises.
The police department and the people of Bucks County offer their condolences to Michael Mohn’s family and ask for privacy during this difficult time. We’ll keep you informed when further details become available.