FSU Student Chews Off Victim’s Face After Killing Man and His Wife

By  //  August 17, 2016

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POLICE SEEK MOTIVE FOR BRUTAL MURDERS

ABOVE VIDEO: A 19-year-old Florida State University sophomore fatally stabbed two Martin County residents while walking home Monday night, authorities said. It took a Taser, a K9 and multiple sheriff’s deputies to pull Austin Kelly Harrouff off the man he had killed and from whose face he was biting off pieces of flesh. (Palm Beach Post video)

When police arrived, they found Harrouff “grunting and growling” and “making animal noises” over one of the bodies — while also tearing chunks out of the man’s face with his teeth.

MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA – In 2013, Austin Harrouff was starring as a defensive tackle at Suncoast Community High, a Palm Beach County school ranked among Newsweek’s ten best schools in America at least eight times in the past decade.

He’d also been taking advanced-placement classes in the school’s International Baccalaureate program.

So it’s anyone’s guess how he ended up in a Martin County garage yesterday, chewing off parts of a stranger’s face after killing the man and his wife and stabbing their neighbor.

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A 19-year-old Florida State University sophomore fatally stabbed two Martin County residents while walking home Monday night, authorities said. It took a Taser, a K9 and multiple sheriff’s deputies to pull Austin Kelly Harrouff off the man he had killed and from whose face he was biting off pieces of flesh. (Facebook image)


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