John Eisenman, 60, of Washington, D.C., has been arrested on suspicion of murdering his daughter’s ex-partner. The body was found in the trunk of an abandoned car in the city.
The vehicle was called after people in the area reported that the abandoned vehicle had been parked for a long time and began to emit a terrible stench. Soon, they found Sorensen’s body in the trunk. His arms and legs were tied with ropes, duct tape was placed over his mouth, and his upper body was filled with stab wounds.
The police investigation revealed that the vehicle was registered in the name of Eisenman’s fiance, Brenda Cross. He was brought in for questioning and said his car was stolen in 2020. Later, Sorenson revealed how he sold his accomplice Eisenman’s daughter to a criminal organization in Seattle and kidnapped people for thousands of dollars.
The father finds out where his daughter is and rescues his daughter along with his fiance. Eventually, one of the couple’s neighbors said Eisenman had confessed to himself how he had killed the local man and hidden his body in the trunk of a car.
Eisenman initially denied the charges against him, but eventually decided to plead guilty during the trial. He says he met Sorensen in November last year, a month after he rescued his daughter from Seattle. The 60-year-old then abducted the victim, tied him up and locked him in the trunk of the car.
The father was arrested last Friday and brought in for questioning, where parts of the investigation report were read. “Eisenman attacked the victim and hit him on the head with a brick,” Dollar said.