Teenager killed ex so she could ‘feel the suffering he was feeling’: cops
An Iowa teen who allegedly stabbed his ex-girlfriend to demise required her to “feel the suffering he was feeling” immediately after their break up, according to authorities.
Tran Walker, 18, advised law enforcement that he stabbed his 17-year-previous ex-girlfriend numerous times Sunday around irritation that she wouldn’t get again together with him, the Sioux City Journal noted.
Walker, of Sioux City, is accused of killing his ex, Paiten Sullivan, and an 18-year-previous good friend who attempted to intervene, authorities explained.
Police explained Walker grew to become upset with Sullivan though in a car early Sunday early morning with their mutual good friend, Felipe Negron Jr., and attacked them.
Sullivan and Negron were being rushed to Mercy Healthcare Middle-Sioux City, the place they were being pronounced useless, law enforcement explained.
The 18-year-previous suspect was arrested about 2 a.m. at a regional grocery retail outlet the place he confirmed up wounded, according to the Sioux City Journal.
Walker reportedly confessed to the lethal stabbings in an interview with law enforcement.
He was booked at Woodbury County Jail, the place he is staying held on initially-degree murder costs.