A Washington state father has been arrested and charged with the murder of a man who allegedly sexually abused his teenage daughter.
John Eisenman, 60, is accused of killing 19-year-old Andrew Sorensen’s first degree.
The young man’s decomposed body was found in the trunk of an abandoned vehicle on Oct. 22, Spokane, Wash., Police said Monday.
The father learned in October 2020 that his underage daughter had been partially sold to a sex trafficking gang in Seattle, apparently her boyfriend Sorensen, the New York Post reported.
The father rescued the daughter and brought her home.
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A month later, he confronted Andrew Sorenson, abducted him, tied him up and allegedly put him in the trunk of a car.
“Eisenman hit the victim on the head and then stabbed him several times, causing him to die,” Spokane police said in a statement.
The young man’s body was found after neighbors spotted the abandoned car and informed authorities.
Mold and stench blew from the vehicle.
Inside was a man with ankles and hands tied, duct tape on the mouth, and several perforated markings on his clothes.
The father confessed to the murder to a neighbor, which he condemned. When questioned by police, he admitted to confronting the young man, but said he did not kill him.
John Eisenman was arrested Friday and is out on $ 1 million bail.