Deranged son posted dad’s beheading on YouTube

MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP, PA – A male in his 60s was beheaded in his residence in Middletown Township, Bucks County on Tuesday night. The victim’s son, 32-year-old Justin Mohn, was arrested and has been charged with his murder and mishandling of a corpse, among other charges, as stated by law enforcement authorities.

In a shocking twist, Mohn not only beheaded his father but also apparently recorded the vile act and uploaded the footage to YouTube. The gruesome YouTube video drew at least 5,000 views before it was taken down.

The horrifying scene was uncovered when law enforcement officers visited the Upper Orchard Drive residence on Tuesday, around 7 p.m., following reports of a decapitated body being discovered by the victim’s spouse. Officers found the victim deceased in an upstairs bathroom.

According to Middletown Township Police Chief Joe Bartorilla, Mohn fled the scene of the crime in his father’s vehicle.

In parts of the distasteful video, the individual identifies himself as Justin Mohn and confesses to murdering his father. Mohn also presents himself as a militia leader and condemns his father for being a federal employee for 20 years, labeling him a betrayer of the country.

Multiple federal agencies were threatened by Mohn in the video, and he also mentioned President Joe Biden.

Law enforcement officials detained Mohn in Fort Indiantown Gap, Lebanon County, situated roughly 100 miles from the location of the crime. Fort Indiantown Gap is renowned as “America’s busiest National Guard Training Center.”

Mohn’s cell phone was used to track his location. The reason for his presence in the said area remains unclear.

Mohn lived with his father in the Upper Orchard Drive home in Levittown, says Police Chief Joseph Bartorilla, reassuring the community that they can “rest easy” now that the person of interest is in custody.

Following his arraignment early Wednesday morning, Mohn is being held without bond and is scheduled to be moved to the Bucks County Jail. His preliminary court hearing is planned for Feb. 8 at 9 a.m.

Investigators are still trying to determine the motive behind this ghastly killing.