Texas male decapitates automobile emporium owners with machete

A homeless Texas male brutally kick and beheaded an automobile emporium owners who prolonged gave him food, income and a occasional peculiar pursuit around a shop, military said.

Raymond Jackson, 62, was charged with murder after military found Enayatolah Khorsand’s mutilated, headless physique inside his Houston automobile emporium Thursday.

Khorsand, a 58-year-old Iranian newcomer famous to his friends and business as “Andy”, befriended Jackson 4 years ago, his desired ones said.

“He gave him a job. He gave him income to eat, to live, and afterwards he’s a one who took his life,” Connie Castillo, Khorsand’s longtime friend, told ABC 13.

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Police pronounced Jackson pounded his companion inside Mykawa Auto Parts Store Thursday night. He bashed Khorsand with a ball bat before chopping off his conduct with a machete, officials said. The whole conflict was held on a store’s notice camera.

Jackson put Khorsand’s severed conduct inside a cosmetic bag and left it fibbing subsequent to his beaten physique before journey a shop, military said.

“He’s held on camera decapitating and violence this male to his death,” Houston Police Department carnage questioner Alex Vinogradov told a Houston Chronicle. “It was brutal.”

The headless physique of Enayatolah Khorsand was detected inside Mykawa Auto Parts in Houston Thursday.

(abc 13)

One of Khorsand’s friends detected a pale stage after Thursday when he stopped by to revisit his companion during his shop.

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“I see a body, laying down — a lot of blood. we was in shock. we was shaking,” a man, who asked to sojourn anonymous, told a internal news station.

Cops arrested Jackson during his mother’s home Friday. He is charged with murder.

Khorsand’s friends collected during a emporium Friday to compensate their respects to a slain owner. Castillo — who met Khorsand 20 years ago by her father — pronounced he was a kind and courteous man, who desired spending time with his family.

“’We suffer a life’ was his motto,” Castillo told a newspaper, violation down in tears.

“He was my best friend.”

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