A 25-year-old student from the University of Michigan-Flint was found dead inside a home of a 50-year-old man, whom he met through an online gay-dating app called Grindr. But the young man’s chilling death would probably nauseate a normal person. The man was found hanging from a ceiling, stabbed multiple times across his body, and his testicles removed. The authorities reported the man he was with stilled his throat and ate those testicles he removed.
Mark Latunski has been arrested by the Clayton Township Police Department and charged him for the young man’s murder. Also, for mutilating the man’s body, he was filed with additional charges. During the interrogation with the police department, he actually admitted to killing Kevin Bacon, aged 25, on Christmas Eve.
The police involved in this horrific discovery after the victim’s father lodged a missing file of his son on Christmas day, apparently after his son’s death. Kevin and his family used to celebrate Christmas by organizing an annual breakfast program. As Kevin missed their get together, the father worried about his son and informed the police department.
During the investigation, the police visited Kevin’s roommate at University. The roommate told the investigators that she hadn’t seen her roommate since December 24 but mentioned to them that Kevin was going to meet a man whom he met in dating app Grindr.
The police were still unsuccessful in their investigation and requested the state police department for help. After three days, they were tipped off anonymously about Kevin’s whereabouts. They heard that Kevin could be inside Bennington Township home owned by the killer.
Kevin was hanged naked on the home with multiple cut wounds around his body. The body was left still for four days at the same house. The body had its testicles removed, which has been reported that the killer violently consumed them.
Mark Latunski is currently held at the police custody and would appear the court on January 8 for a preliminary hearing. The 66th District Court in Corunna on Monday scheduled a pre-trial hearing on January 14.