A Florida sicko who allegedly admitted to bashing his granddad in the head with a baseball bat casually pulled out the dead man’s ears from his pockets in front of deputies, disturbing new video shows.
Kolby Allen Parker, 30, was sitting on the back of a truck when Lake County deputies approached him Saturday night and asked what he had in his hands, video obtained by WOFL shows.
“OK, what is that?” one deputy asks as Parker held them severed ears of his grandfather, Ronal Wells, Sr., in his hands.
“Those are ears,” a startled deputy replied, the footage shows. “Those are ears.”
Parker told deputies he and his grandfather were smoking marijuana in the DeLand home they shared when the 77-year-old man inexplicably attacked him, he said.
“We were smoking a bowl of pot on the table,” Parker told a dispatcher. “We were just sitting here talking, and all of a sudden he grabbed a hold of the knife, tried to swing at me and I had to defend myself. And now he’s sitting here dead.”
At another point in the video, Parker asked one of the deputies for his gun before lunging sat him, the Daily Commercial reported.
“Can I see your gun, bro?” Parker asked.
“No,” the deputy replied before a brief struggle ensued as Parker tried to get the weapon. Another deputy then deployed his taser into Parker as he tried to break free, the frantic clip shows.
A friend of Parker’s told a dispatcher that he had called him earlier and “sounded high out of his mind,” the clip shows.
“I was like, ‘Is Pops there?’ His grandfather that lives with him,” the man recalled. “I said, ‘Are you all right?’ He’s like, ‘Pops is done. He [expletive] tried to attack me and I killed him.’”
Parker had no visible injuries following the alleged attack by his grandfather, deputies said.
He later confessed to killing Wells because he wanted him to be with his deceased grandmother, the Daily Commercial reported.
Investigators recovered a bloody baseball bat and a butcher knife inside the home they shared, deputies said.
Parker, who has been charged with second-degree murder, battery on a police officer and resisting with violence, remains held without bond at the Lake County Jail, records show.