A Minnesota dad confessed to killing a intercourse offender he believed had as soon as stalked his toddler daughter — and even “completed him off” with a moose antler, based on courtroom documents obtained by Fox News.
Levi Axtell, 27, walked right into a police station on March 8 lined in blood, fell to his knees and informed cops he fatally beat Lawrence V. Scully, 77, with a shovel, Fox reported.
He added he’d “completed” the job with the moose half, he allegedly informed cops.
With his fingers on his head, Axtell then demanded to be handcuffed and threatened to harm others if he wasn’t restrained, based on the report.
The Cook County Sheriff’s Office stated they discovered Scully dead inside his residence in Grand Marias, about two hours north of Duluth.
A witness referred to as 911 after seeing somebody “smash” a automotive in Scully’s drive and run into the older man’s residence, police stated. The witness then heard screaming, based on authorities.
Scully had been convicted of molesting a 6-year-old woman in 1979.
The pair had an extended historical past of battle, based on reviews.
In 2018, Axtell accused Scully of “stalking” and “trying to groom” his then-toddler daughter at her day care by parking his van on the facility, and tried to acquire an order of safety towards the older man, according to WTIP.
The request was initially granted solely to be dismissed weeks later.
About two years later Axtell posted “Only remedy for pedophiles? A bullet” on Facebook, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reported.
Axtell was arraigned Friday on a second-degree homicide cost and is being held on a $1 million bond.
There had been latest allegations towards Scully, however Cook County Sheriff Pat Eliasen told the Associated Press they “didn’t reveal something” and that many of the reviews have been “concerning harassment.”
Axtell is subsequent due in courtroom April 10.
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