Man holding human head stabs worker at Oregon grocery store

Man holding human head stabs worker at Oregon grocery store

Man holding human head stabs worker at Oregon grocery store

Sandy police, who serve Estacada, and Clackamas County Sheriff's deputies responded to a 911 call from the store at 2:14 p.m. Sunday.

Police say a man carrying a severed human head walked into a grocery store and stabbed an employee. The body was later identified as Webb's mother, 59-year-old Tina Marie Webb. Police located the body and determined the woman had died in the home.

He was booked into Clackamas County Jail Monday afternoon on charges of murder and attempted murder.

Witnesses say the suspect stabbed a store employee who was airlifted to a medical center with critical injuries.

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Neither of the two victims nor the suspect have been identified however, deputies say both crimes are related.

Estacada Fire Department chaplains were on hand Monday to help grocery store employees and customers affected by the terrifying ordeal. They believe the man who walked into the Estacada store and attacked the employee is the suspect.

Other staff reportedly held the knifeman down until police arrived. He lived at home so his parents could care for him, his father said, adding that they had recently bought him a dog because he wanted one.

"He was in like a catatonic state, wasn't speaking to anybody", Roberts said, adding that the only thing he said during the encounter before his arrest was that he was thirsty.

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The suspect was taken into custody at the store and was brought to a hospital for evaluation. Her name has not been released. The condition of the victim, who was flown to a hospital, was not known.

Police did not say whether the body was headless.

Just 15 minutes after the attack, another person called 911 to report finding a woman dead inside a home on the 25000 block of Elwood Drive in Colton.

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