Michigan man who killed and dismembered a college student in the USA in 2019 confessed to his crime. The man who froze blood with his descriptions in the face of gruesome details said that he also cooked and ate some parts of the corpse. Latunski’s lawyer made a plea based on his history of mental illness, while the murderer pleaded not guilty.
‘HE CUT OUT HER SEXUAL ORGAN AND EATED’
After Kevin Bacon, a 25-year-old college student killed in the USA, did not come to breakfast, his family members reported him missing on Christmas 2019 to the police. This information led investigators to Latunski’s home in Shiawassee County, when her roommate said she was visiting a man she had met the night before.
Police said the man was found naked, hanging upside down from the ceiling of the house, while Latunksi said he had not committed the murder. The arrested man later admitted to stabbing Kevin, slitting his throat, and hanging him with a rope from the rafters. According to the documents, he also said that he cut off part of his genitalia and ate it.
THEY MET IN THE FRIENDSHIP APPLICATION
Police found that Bacon and Mark Latunski had met the previous night on Grindr, a dating app predominantly aimed at gay, bisexual and transgender men.
*The person in the photo is Kevin Bacon
Latunski was due to appear in court for a defense hearing on October 13, before the hearing to begin on October 18. Previously, Latunski had pleaded not guilty, and his lawyer had made a plea based on his history of mental illness. Michigan State Police continue to investigate Latunski’s activities.