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College Student Charged With Killing a Man and Eating His Heart and Brains

Police say they located Alexander Kinyua, who allegedly admitted that he had killed Agyei-Kodie by cutting him up with a knife.

Undated photo from the Hartford County Sheriff's Office shows Alexander Kinyua, 21, left. He's accused of killing and eating a housemate, Kujoe Bonsafo Agyei-Kodie, right. Special thanks to New York Daily News

(BALTIMORE, MD) - Alexander Kinyua, a 21-year old Morgan State University student, told police that he ate portions of the brain of a man whose dismembered remains were found in his home, according to the Baltimore Sun.

Kujoe Bonsafo Agyei-Kodie, 37, had been missing for over a week before police found his body in the apartment he shared with Kinyua.

Late Tuesday night, Antony Kinyua, notified police that his son, Kinyua’s brother, had found human remains in the house. A head and human hands were found under a blanket in the laundry room.

Police say they located Alexander Kinyua, who allegedly admitted that he had killed Agyei-Kodie by cutting him up with a knife and afterward, ingested his heart and portions of his brain.

Kinyua also directed police to Towne Baptist Church, in the 500 block of Trimble Road, to find the rest of the remains, which were found in a Dumpster on the property, according to charging documents.

Special thanks to Your Black World


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