Man Beheads His Father Then Posts Video On YouTube

Daily Report February 01,2024

Police arrested a man after he allegedly beheaded his father and went on a 14-minute rant on YouTube.

Authorities said the suspect, identified as Justin Mohn, 33, has been charged with first-degree murder and other charges. Mohn is accused of not only beheading his father but also of posting a disturbing video on YouTube.

The victim’s wife called police to the murder scene after she discovered her husband’s headless body when she got home. The wife told responding officers that she found her husband’s body soaked in blood, with the head missing.

According to Fox News, court documents released by the Office of the Bucks County District Attorney revealed responding officers found the victim’s body in the first-floor bathroom when they arrived at the home. They also found the victim’s head inside a plastic bag in a kitchen pot placed in a first-floor bedroom.

Other evidence collected at the scene included rubber gloves found in a bedroom on the second floor, a machete and a large kitchen knife in the bathtub.

Daily Mail reports that the 14-minute long YouTube video, titled “Mohn’s Militia – Call to Arms for American Patriots,” showed Mohn holding up his father’s head in a bloody plastic bag and blasting the federal government and the Biden administration.

“Violence is the only solution to the federal government’s treason,” Mohn declared. “‘This is the head of Mike Mohn, a federal employee of over 20 years and my father. He is now in hell for eternity as a traitor to his country.”

The horrific video remained on YouTube for about six hours before it was taken down. Reports have it that the police were able to locate Mohn by tracking his cell phone to Fort Indiantown Gap in Lebanon County, which is about 100 miles from the crime scene.


They later found the Toyota Corolla he was driving abandoned outside the Indiantown Gap National Guard training facility. Mohn was also arrested on a weapons possession charge. He was arraigned on Wednesday and held without bail. He is scheduled for a hearing on Feb. 8.

Middletown Police Department Chief Joe Bartorilla said the community can feel safe again after the suspect’s arrest.

“I think the neighborhood can rest easy because I think they were a little uneasy for a while before they knew where the person of interest was,” Bartorilla said.

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