Attorneys for a southern Indiana man accused of killing his former girlfriend and eating parts of her body say he's not competent to stand trial.
The man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend, then cooking and eating her organs, wanted to get out of jail. However, prosecutors released disturbing details about the case in order to keep him there.
He was notified of the new rape charge that has been filed against him, but then said he has too much honor and integrity and is too and handsome to have committed the rape.
Clark County officials are seeking the death penalty against Joseph Oberhansley.
Prosecutors say the request for the death sentence is based on two aggravating factors, that he committed intentional murder during the burglary and that he dismembered the victim.
A southern Indiana prosecutor intends to seek the death penalty against a man who confessed to police that he fatally stabbed his girlfriend, then consumed her body parts.
During his arraignment on sept. 15, Joseph Oberhansley told the court that his true name is Zeus Brown.
Days after a Jeffersonville woman is found murdered inside her home, we're hearing from friends of the family about what happened.
A Jeffersonville woman was found murdered Thursday, and officials say her killer should have been in jail.