A bizarre murder has left residents of Mount Frere in the Eastern Cape shocked after a man allegedly murdered a woman he forcefully abducted from the town, took her to his home and was caught by police eating her flesh.
Provincial police spokesperson Captain Edith Mjoko said the man, believed to be around 23-years-old, had abducted the woman from the main street in Mount Frere at around 13:30 on Saturday afternoon.
It was alleged he then took the woman to his home near the Engen garage in town, where he slit her throat with a knife, she said. The man’s mother had seen what had happened and ran to call police to the house. “When they arrived the suspect was busy eating the flesh of the deceased,” said Mjoko.
When police members ordered him to stop and hand himself over, he went berserk and stormed at them with the knife, she said. “Several warning shots were fired to deter him but in vain. He was shot and taken to hospital where he is under police guard,” she said.
Mjoko said a case of murder was being investigated. She said the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) has also been informed of the shooting incident.
The Cyber City Opry now on 5 Continents as the following Radio Stations Have Confirmed Airing The Cyber City Opry every weekend: Nashville Broadcast Radio Network NBRN Nashville Tennessee USA* Clogher Valley Radio, Scotland, Wildhorse Internet Radio Johannesburg South Africa * Irish Radio Scotland, American Veteran’s Radio Aspen Colorado USA * Musical Venture Radio, Panama City, Panama * Belgian Country Radio, Belgium
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The crash occurred Friday afternoon (Sept. 8) at Flying W Airport in Medford, New Jersey, near where the duo was scheduled to perform that night. Sources confirmed to LEX 18 that Gentry was killed in the crash and that another passenger was also dead. That passenger’s identity has not been released, but sources have confirmed it was not Eddie Montgomery.
The news was confirmed via a statement posted to the duo’s official Facebook page.
“It is with great sadness that we confirm that Troy Gentry, half of the popular country duo, Montgomery Gentry, was tragically killed in a helicopter crash which took place at approximately 1:00pm today in Medford, New Jersey,” the statement reads. “The duo was scheduled to perform tonight at the Flying W Airport & Resort in Medford. Troy Gentry was 50 years old. Details of the crash are unknown. Troy Gentry’s family wishes to acknowledge all of the kind thoughts and prayers, and asks for privacy at this time.”
Montgomery Gentry is one of country music’s most beloved duos. The Grand Ole Opry members are best-known for songs such as “Something to Be Proud Of,” “My Town,” and “Back When I Knew It All.”