JUST-IN: Beheaded Woman In Minnesota On Minneapolis Street! The Judge Released A Killer Out Of Jail!
America Thayer is the beheaded Minnesota woman. She was found in Shakopee, Minnesota, in broad daylight. The event took place this Wednesday.
Alexis Saborit, 42, ended up in jail for this crime.
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According to the investigators, the attacker knew the victim, and that’s why he committed the act of violence. It isn’t a random one.
The coworker stated Thayer was an employee at the Dollar Tree in Shakopee and MyPillow.
Below you can read the Shakopee police department’s press release.
The killer was previously in jail for domestic assault. So, the judge released the killer in November.
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. pic.twitter.com/CsGHywb9Fy
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The American Military News covered this story:
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.