Justin Mohn, a 32-year-old man from Levittown, Pennsylvania, has been charged with first-degree murder, abuse of a corpse, and possessing an instrument of a crime in connection with the death of his father, Michael Mohn. This case has garnered significant attention due to the particularly gruesome nature of the crime and its aftermath.

Following the arrest of Justin Mohn for the alleged decapitation of his father, authorities have released his mugshot, offering a stark visual in a case that has already gripped and horrified the community.

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The incident unfolded when Middletown Township Police were dispatched to a residence in Levittown following a report of a deceased male. Upon arrival, they discovered the decapitated body of Michael Mohn in the bathroom, with his head found in a plastic bag inside a cooking pot in a bedroom. Additionally, a machete and a large knife were located in the bathtub, and bloody rubber gloves were found in the house.

Further intensifying the shocking nature of this crime, Justin Mohn allegedly uploaded a 14-minute video on YouTube, where he displayed his father’s decapitated head and identified him. In the video, titled “Mohn’s Militia: Call to Arms for American Patriots,” he made several disturbing statements and accusations against his father and various groups.

Justin Mohn was arrested without incident by the Fort Indiantown Gap police after being located through a cellphone ping. He was carrying a firearm at the time of his arrest but did not resist. Prior to this incident, there were no records of violent offenses associated with Mohn.

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The investigation into this case is ongoing, with involvement from multiple law enforcement agencies including the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office, the Middletown Township Police Department, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Fort Indiantown Gap Police Department. Mohn is currently being held without bail, and a preliminary hearing is set for February 8​​​​​​.