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Arkansas Farmer: ‘I Just Tried to Forget’ About Killing and Molesting Nurse

Handout, Randolph County SheriffThe Arkansas farmer charged with murdering and raping a nurse stated throughout a mental-health examination that after he killed the sufferer he tried “messing with” her corpse—then went home, ate dinner, and “just tried to forget about it.”The chilling confession by Quake Lewellyn, 28, is contained in an analysis by a state psychologist who discovered that he’s mentally match to face trial for the demise of Sydney Sutherland, 25, who vanished whereas jogging in August.“It was all just a blur,” Lewellyn informed the psychologist, in accordance with a report obtained by KARK.The married stepfather of three claims that on the day of the incident, he was driving to verify some wells and rice fields when he noticed Sutherland strolling down a gravel highway.By his account, he drove previous her, circled, and struck her along with his truck, unable to see her in a cloud of mud. He claims he walked over to see if she was OK and believed she was lifeless at that time.Jogging Nurse Was Raped and Buried by Farmer, Cops SayAlthough he had not been ingesting or utilizing any medicine, he claims that he was “scared and afraid I was gonna be in trouble for running her over.” Instead of calling 911 to get her assist, he stated he put her physique within the tailgate of his truck with an eye fixed towards hiding it.His narrative then takes a really wicked flip.Lewellyn informed the psychologist that he drove to a rice subject to bury Sutherland however first undressed her and “tried messing with her a bit”—although he stated his attorneys suggested him to not clarify precisely what he did.He dug a gap and buried Sutherland, then went on along with his day as if he had not taken a life and abused a corpse, the analysis says.Returning to work, he spent the subsequent two to a few hours checking wells, went home, ate supper, and went to mattress. “He reported that he did not tell anyone what happened and ‘just tried to forget about it,’” the psychologist wrote.As information of Sutherland’s disappearance unfold, Lewellyn’s father referred to as him to ask if he had seen her and he stated he stated he noticed her on the highway. He went to the police station the subsequent day to report the sighting—“still hoping he would not be caught,” the report says—and finally determined to confess.“I knew I didn’t kill her on purpose,” he informed the evaluator. Asked why he didn’t simply referred to as 911, he stated, “That I don’t know… I was just scared.”Authorities have charged Lewellyn—who went to the identical highschool as Sutherland however claims he barely knew her—with capital homicide, kidnapping, abuse of a corpse, and rape.His spouse has filed for divorce since his arrest.Read extra at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our high tales in your inbox day-after-day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the tales that matter to you. Learn extra.

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