PUBLISHED: 10:30 PM 11 Sep 2017

Man Goes To Neighbors “Covered In Blood”, Confesses EVERYTHING As Police Arrive

Police officers recently arrested a 22-year-old man living in Groton, Massachusetts after he murdered several members of his family and then walked over to a nearby house and told them what he did (pictured above).

Police officers recently arrested a 22-year-old man living in Groton, Massachusetts after he murdered several members of his family and then walked over to a nearby house and told them what he did (pictured above).

Police officers recently arrested a 22-year-old man living in Groton, Massachusetts after he murdered several members of his family and then walked over to a nearby house and told them what he did (pictured above).

Earlier this week, a 22-year-old man living in Massachusetts murdered several members of his family. After doing so, he walked over to his neighbors’ house naked and covered in blood and told them what he did. Mortified, they decided to call the police, who then rushed to the scene and placed him under arrest.

Specifically, Orion Krause, a jazz drummer who studied music at Oberlin College’s Conservatory in Ohio, recently killed his mother, his two grandparents, and their caretaker inside their home in Groton, Massachusetts. According to reports, they were all killed by blunt force trauma. Police claim they have the murder weapon, but as of now, they haven’t revealed what it is. His motive is also currently unknown and it’s unclear whether or not he was under the influence of drugs.

Orion Krause, a jazz drummer who studied music at Oberlin College’s Conservatory in Ohio, who killed his mother, his two grandparents, and their caretaker inside their home in Groton, Massachusetts.

Orion Krause, a jazz drummer who studied music at Oberlin College’s Conservatory in Ohio in court after killing his mother, his two grandparents, and their caretaker inside their home in Groton, Massachusetts.

After killing everyone, Anderson, who was naked and covered in blood at the time, went over to a nearby house, which was owned by Walter and Thelka Alcocer, confessed that he murdered four people, and then asked them for sleeping pills. For a brief moment, the Alcocers thought his confession was “just crazy talk.” But rather than take any chances, they promptly called 911 and explained the situation to them. As they were waiting for the police to arrive, they got a spare sheet and wrapped him up in it.   

“He looked like a nice kid who needed help, he was skinny [and] tall. I thought he was the victim of [a] prank, or in an accident, or had a mental health problem. He wasn’t bleeding profusely or anything,” explained Walter while speaking with reporters.

Unsurprisingly, the horrific murders shocked the local community. Upon hearing about what happened, the President of Oberlin College, Carmen Ambar, and the Dean of the Conservatory, Andrea Kalyn, released a statement urging students to reach out for help if they need it. Specifically, they wrote, “We recognize that this news may be difficult to process and we encourage those personally touched by this news to seek any support you need. We are offering many layers of support to current students, faculty, and staff on campus who are dealing with this tragic news.”

Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for people to be murdered by a family member. For example, last week, Lachelle Anderson, a 17-year-old woman from Columbus, Ohio, was recently taken into custody and charged with murder after authorities found her 1-year-old child stabbed to death while responding to a 911 call about a baby in need of medical attention.

And earlier this year, Mark Redwine was arrested and charged with murder following a years-long investigation into the death of his son. He’s accused of killing his 13-year-old son, Dylan Redwine, who went missing in Colorado back in November 2012.

Mark Redwine, who is suspected of killing his son, was arrested earlier this week in Washington State on charges of second-degree murder.

Mark Redwine, who is suspected of killing his son, was recently arrested in Washington State on charges of second-degree murder following a years-long investigation into the death of his 13-year-old son.

After Dylan’s sudden disappearance, police launched an investigation. One of the places they investigated was Redwine’s home and surrounding property. While doing so, cadaver dogs signaled to police that they detected the scent of a dead body in several locations, such as in the father’s living room and in the bed of his truck. Investigators then examined the areas that the dog signaled to and found traces of blood belonging to the missing teen.

Upon further investigation, officers found the boy’s remains, minus the head, scattered approximately eight miles from where the father lived. The boy’s head was later discovered two miles from the Redwine’s home.

Dylan’s brother, Cory Redwine, believes that embarrassing photographs may be to blame for the teen’s death. While speaking with reporters, he mentioned that the two of them stumbled across pictures of their father wearing women’s clothing and eating feces. “[The pictures] show him wearing women’s clothes and makeup and a diaper and then eating his feces from the diaper,” explained Cory while speaking with reporters. “It was disgusting. We couldn’t believe it,” he noted.

Killing another human being, especially a relative, is one of the worst things a person can do. Doing so must be punished as harshly as possible. Hopefully, Krause never sees the light of day again.