by Kyle Hooten
A person was allegedly beheaded in Shakopee, a Minneapolis suburb, on Wednesday afternoon, video and pictures from the scene seem to confirm.
Alpha News reviewed the videos and pictures but has decided not to publish them due to their extremely graphic nature.
The victim and suspect were in “some type of relationship,” sources told Fox 9. The murder took place in broad daylight, shortly before 3 p.m., near the intersection of 4th Avenue and Spencer Street.
Alpha News obtained a video allegedly recorded at this same cross street, which shows a man pulling a body from the passenger door of a vehicle before picking up a severed head and dropping it on the ground.
This footage was originally posted to Snapchat with a caption that identifies it as being recorded on 4th Avenue in Shakopee. It also shows a grey Chrysler 300 — the same make and model of car that police were seen investigating in aerial images captured by a news helicopter following the incident.
Sky4 over the scene of a homicide near 4th Ave. and Spencer St. in Shakopee.
— Nick Streiff (@nickstreiff) July 28, 2021
Alpha News also obtained a photograph that allegedly shows the victim lying decapitated in the street next to this same vehicle.
About one hour after the initial 911 call was made, Shakopee police said that they do not believe the incident was a random act of violence. A suspect is in custody and there is “no threat to public safety.”
was a random act of violence. We will release additional information at a later date.
Again, there is no threat to public safety.
— Shakopee Police (@ShakopeePD) July 28, 2021
4th and Spencer is just a few blocks from the Scott County Courthouse, which was briefly locked down following reports of the beheading.
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Kyle Hooten is a former member of the Trump Presidential Administration where he served in the Department of Commerce as a speechwriter for the Secretary.