Pennsylvania man arrested for decapitating father, displaying head on YouTube

By Jen Krausz on
 February 1, 2024

A Bucks County, Pennsylvania man was arrested for allegedly decapitating his father and displaying his head on YouTube as part of a conspiracy-filled rant against the government.

Justin Mohn, 32, is being held without bail after arraignment on Thursday for first-degree murder, abuse of a corpse, and possession of an instrument of a crime, according to NBC News.

Mohn was seen in the YouTube video holding his father's head in a plastic bag. He called his father, who was a 20-year public servant, a traitor and called for the killing of all government officials.

The obviously mentally ill man also ranted about the Biden administration, the Black Lives Matter movement, the LGBTQ community, and Antifa activists.

Mohn fled the area after posting the YouTube video and was found about 100 miles away near Fort Indiantown Gap, toward the center of the state.

Police located Mohn by tracking his cell phone but did not know why he fled to that area.