Minn. Beheading

PUBLISHED: 1:30 PM 30 Jul 2021
UPDATED: 5:11 PM 30 Jul 2021

Woman Beheaded In Minneapolis Street After Judge Freed Violent Suspect

Terrible.

Horrid. (Source: YouTube Screenshot)

In broad daylight, a Minneapolis woman was beheaded, thanks to a judge who allowed the violent suspect to go free.

The Gateway Pundit explained:

America Thayer was found beheaded in Shakopee, Minnesota Wednesday afternoon in broad daylight.

A Minnesota woman was beheaded on the street on Wednesday in a Minneapolis suburb.

42-year-old Alexis Saborit was arrested for the crime.

Investigators believe the suspect knew the victim and this was not a random act of violence.

A coworker said Thayer worked at the Dollar Tree in Shakopee as well as at MyPillow.

The killer was previously arrested for domestic assault.

A judge released the killer out of jail in November.

Via American Military News.

The beheaded body of a Minnesota woman was found on a sidewalk in Shakopee, a suburb of Minneapolis, on Wednesday.

On Thursday, the Shakopee Police Department identified the victim as 55-year-old American Mafalda Thayer of Shakopee. The police department said they responded to a report of an attack at the intersection of Fourth Avenue and Spencer Street at around 2:31 p.m. on Wednesday.

Shakopee Police announced they have arrested a suspect, 42-year-old Alexis Saborit, also of Shakopee, on suspicion of second-degree murder.

Saborit is being held in the Scott County Jail, pending murder charges.

Shakopee Police Chief Jeff Tate told Bring Me The News that a bystander captured the brutal attack on video and shared it on social media.

“We are aware that a bystander took a video of this incident. We have that video. It is deeply disturbing that the first instinct was to post that on social media,” Tate said. “This woman has a son, has a family and people that care about her and the last place anyone should find out about a tragedy involving a loved one is via social media. Thankfully we were able to apprehend this individual quickly.”

Shakopee Police said, “At this time, investigators believe the suspect knew the victim and this wasn’t a random act.”

According to court records obtained by one Twitter user, Saborit was out on bail at the time of the killing.

“Despite the court’s observation & his defense’s claim that Saborit was mentally ill, he was released on bail. This spring, his conditional release was ordered revoked & a court doc claimed he was a danger to people & community. Judge Richard C. Perkins ordered him released,” the Twitter user said.

Fox 9 reported:

Police have identified the woman who was reportedly beheaded in Shakopee, Minnesota Wednesday as 55-year-old America Mafalda Thayer. A suspect is in custody in connection with her death.

Around 2:30 p.m., officers responded to a report of a stabbing at the intersection of Fourth Avenue and Spencer Street. When they arrived at the scene, officers saw a body without a head lying on the ground next to a car, according to a search warrant. The victim’s head was lying next to the body.

The victim, identified as Thayer, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Officers found what appeared to be a sheath for a large knife in a nearby yard. They found a knife in a trash can in an alley in the area.

Officers quickly apprehended a 42-year-old man on suspicion of second-degree murder, the Shakopee Police Department said. He is being held in the Scott County Jail pending charges. Police said it is believed the suspect knew Thayer and the stabbing was not a random act.

Several people witnessed the attack, according to the search warrant.

A coworker said Thayer worked at the Dollar Tree in Shakopee as well as at MyPillow. They said the victim had been in a long-term relationship with the suspect and domestic abuse had been a consistent problem.

Court records show the suspect was previously convicted of gross misdemeanor domestic assault. FOX 9 does not typically identify suspects until they are formally charged.

Shakopee police and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension are investigating Thayer’s death.

Former co-workers and friends remember life of Shakopee murder victim

Carrying signs and balloons, Faith Howie and her family came to the intersection of Fourth Avenue and Spencer Street in Shakopee on Thursday afternoon to honor the life of their neighbor, America Thayer.

“I’m not going to see that beautiful smile again that I see every day,” said Howie.

She wasn’t alone.

All afternoon, former co-workers and friends stopped by the growing memorial to remember a woman they call an angel on earth.

Lori Stejskal and Eileen Necklen used to work with Thayer at Dollar Tree.

“A bubbly person, always smiling. Just sweet,” said  Necklen.

“I’m still kind of in shock,” added Stejskal.

“She just loved everyone she came across. It’s just really hard and very traumatizing,” said friend Mikala Dickerson.

Just one day earlier, Shakopee Police were called to that intersection around 2:30 p.m.

A search warrant reveals when they arrived, they found Thayer’s decapitated body lying on the ground next to a car.

Authorities say they have a suspect in custody, who multiple people tell Fox 9 was in the long-term relationship with Thayer, where domestic abuse was a consistent problem.

About a month ago, Howie says Thayer came to her apartment, looking for help.

“She came around 1:30, 2 in the morning and knocked. She goes, ‘Can I sleep here tonight? I’m afraid he is going to get up and start in again,” said Howie.

Court records reveal the suspect was convicted on domestic assault charges in 2017 and was currently facing arson charges for allegedly trying to burn his apartment down in 2020.

On the most recent charges, he was released on $50,000 bond this spring.

Those close to Thayer say they don’t want people to remember the way she died, but rather, the way she lived.

“With all the gruesome video going around and the pictures going around, we just needed a time for everyone to heal and come together and remember her for who she was, and not for what happened,” said Dickerson.

On Wednesday afternoon, the suspect was scheduled to be in court, but didn’t show up.

Formal charges are expected to be filed in this case on Friday morning.