A Seattle-area teen suspected of killing his girlfriendâ€™s 13-year-old brother was fascinated by blood and vampires and boasted about a â€œLicense to Killâ€ on his Facebook page. Click below to read the rest of the story.
Brandon Suhr, 19, is being held on $1 million bail on suspicion of burglary, kidnapping and murder of the unidentified seventh-grader from Pacific, Wash., KOMO News reported.
Four days before the alleged Friday homicide, Suhr posted a fake â€œLicense to Killâ€ on his Facebook profile, complete with his photo, signature and an expiration date.
â€œGot it to day so donâ€™t f— with me b—–s,â€ he threatened in the caption.
He sported sinister red contact lenses in an old profile picture and posted a video in April that shows an unidentified male â€“ possibly himself â€“ bleeding profusely from a gash on his left hand.
A film credit for the 2-minute movie identifies â€œBrandonâ€ as â€œthe aâ€”hole who hurt me.â€
Police were summoned to an apartment south of Seattle shortly after 3 a.m. Friday when a man called 911 to report that his 13-year-old son and 16-year-old daughter were missing.
Officers searched the dwelling and found the seventh-grade boy inside a bedroom.
The 13-year-old was dead from “homicidal causes,â€ Stephanie Shook from the Pacific Police Department told the Daily News.
Cops later located the victimâ€™s sister with Suhr, who is her boyfriend, at an Algona home about 1 Â½ miles away, KOMO reported.