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    Trial Set for Joel Michael Guy in 2016 TN Murder of Lisa Guy and Joel Michael Guy Sr.


    Lisa Guy and Joel Michael Guy Sr.




    Baton Rouge man accused of killing, dismembering parents during Thanksgiving visit

    BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - A Baton Rouge man has been arrested for allegedly murdering his parents during his Thanksgiving visit to their home in Tennessee. The bodies were dismembered and some of the remains were placed in an acid-based solution, authorities said.

    The victims have twin daughters who were given details of their parents death by deputies earlier Wednesday, Knoxville television station WBIR-TV reported.

    Officials with the Knox County Sheriff’s Office held a press conference Wednesday to announce the grisly details of the murder investigation. They say Joel Michael Guy Jr., 29, is accused of murdering his parents, Lisa and Joel Guy Sr., dismembering their bodies, and then dissolving them in an acidic chemical.

    “Both (victims) suffered multiple, vicious stab wounds as well as dismemberment,” said Knoxville County Sheriff’s Major Michael MacLean. MacLean said remains were found throughout the house, WBIR-TV reported.

    The suspect’s need for money might have led to the killings, authorities speculated. However, authorities also said they are checking to see if the couple had a life insurance policy but they do not believe they do, Knoxville television station WBIR-TV reported.

    Investigators say Guy traveled on Thanksgiving to his parents’ home in Knoxville. They believe the murders happened sometime between Friday and Saturday.

    Guy, a college student, was arrested Tuesday at his apartment in Baton Rouge on Nicholson Drive. He is charged with two counts of first-degree murder and was booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison. The Knox

    County Sheriff's Office reports Joel Guy, Jr. was not employed.

    “It would be described as horrific – a very gruesome crime scene,” MacLean said. “There’s a motivation behind it, but in this case we don’t know what it is,” he said.

    Authorities believe Joel Guy might have stayed in the house for a while after the deaths, the station reported.

    Police were called to the Knoxville home after the suspect’s mother did not show up for work.

    Joel Guy was arrested in the parking lot of his Baton Rouge apartment complex Tuesday as he was trying to get into his 2006 Hyundai Sonata, WBIR-TV reported.

    http://www.wmcactionnews5.com/story/...sgiving-visit?
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    Baton Rouge man accused of dismembering parents in Tennessee gets new hearing date following transport glitch

    By Joe Gyan, Jr.
    The Advocate

    A 28-year-old Baton Rouge man accused of stabbing and dismembering his parents in their Tennessee home over the Thanksgiving weekend will spend the Christmas and New Year's holidays at East Baton Rouge Parish Prison.

    Joel Michael Guy Jr. was previously scheduled to appear Friday in a Baton Rouge courtroom for an extradition hearing, but the hearing was pushed back to Jan. 6 after Guy's name was inadvertently left off Friday's jail transport list.

    Ad hoc Judge Bruce Bennett set the new date after one of Guy's court-appointed attorneys, Lyn Legier, told the judge Guy was not brought to the 19th Judicial District Courthouse.

    East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney said afterward he expects the extradition hearing to take place Jan. 6 because officials in Tennessee have indicated their paperwork will be completed very soon.

    Guy is accused of trying to dissolve the remains of his parents — Joel Guy Sr., 61, and Lisa Guy, 55 — with a homemade acid-based solution, the Knox County Sheriff's Office in Tennessee has said.

    Joel Guy Jr., who graduated in 2006 from the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Natchitoches and previously attended Hahnville High School, was living in a Nicholson Drive apartment complex in Baton Rouge when he was arrested Nov. 29.

    Authorities believe Guy's parents were killed sometime between Nov. 25 — the day after Thanksgiving — and midday on Nov. 26. Guy is believed to have spent at least one night in their Tennessee home after they were dismembered, officials have said.

    Guy's parents, who had been paying many of their son's bills while he lived in Baton Rouge, were in the process of encouraging him to support himself and planned on talking to him over Thanksgiving about cutting off some of their financial support, according to Knox County sheriff's officials.

    Guy is expected to face first-degree murder charges in Tennessee once he is returned to that state.

    http://www.theadvocate.com/baton_rou...2bef4eda4.html
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    BR man suspected in Tennessee parents' dismembering ordered sent back to that state

    By Joe Gyan, Jr.
    The Advocate

    The 28-year-old Baton Rouge man suspected in the Thanksgiving weekend stabbing and dismembering of his parents in their Tennessee home was ordered sent back to Knoxville on Friday to face murder charges there.

    Ad hoc 19th Judicial District Judge Bruce Bennett issued the order after Joel Michael Guy Jr. softly confirmed his identity. The judge also found that extradition papers signed by the governors of Louisiana and Tennessee were in proper order.

    East Baton Rouge Parish Assistant District Attorney John Russell cited the possibility of inclement weather and asked for Guy's expedited release from Parish Prison so that two Knox County sheriff's officials, who were in the courtroom, could escort Guy back to Knoxville on Friday. Guy has been held at the prison since his Nov. 29 arrest in Baton Rouge.

    Lindsay Blouin, one of Guy's court-appointed attorneys in Baton Rouge, informed Bennett that Guy invoked his right to remain silent and did not wish to be questioned on his way back to Tennessee.

    Bennett advised the two Knox County sheriff's officials that they were not to question Guy on the drive back to Knoxville. The judge, however, said he could not halt Guy from making any spontaneous statements during his transport.

    Guy is accused of killing his parents, Joel Guy Sr., 61, and Lisa Guy, 55, in their Knoxville home sometime between Nov. 25, the day after Thanksgiving, and midday on Nov. 26.

    He also is accused of trying to dissolve their remains in a homemade acid-based solution.

    http://www.theadvocate.com/baton_rou...a6bc770f0.html
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    Trial date set for man charged with brutal murder of his Knox County parents

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    The man charged in the stabbing death and dismemberment of his parents last November will face trial later next year.

    Knox County Judge Bobby McGee set the trail of 28-year-old Joel Guy Jr. for Sept. 10, 2018. Guy Jr.'s defense team has until June 20, 2018 to file a notice of mental health defense.

    Guy Jr. is charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the death of his parents Lisa and Joel Guy Sr.

    Guy Jr. is also charged with two counts of abusing a corpse and one count of felony murder.

    FBI agents arrested Guy Jr. on Nov. 29, 2016 at his apartment complex in Baton Rouge, La. Authorities believe Guy Jr. murdered his parents between Nov. 25 and 26 in 2016 at their West Knox County home.

    Both Lisa and Joel Guy Sr. suffered vicious stab wounds and dismemberment. Authorities discovered their remains in multiple rooms of their home. Guy Jr. placed portions of their remains in an acid-based solution in an attempt to destroy the evidence.

    https://www.wbir.com/article/news/cr...s/51-495773901

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    Joel Guy, accused of killing, dismembering parents inside Knox home, takes witness stand

    By Jamie Satterfield
    Knoxville News Sentinel

    Knox County Sheriff’s Office Detective Jeremy McCord steeled himself for death – and possible violence – when he bent his nose toward a hole in the back door of this Goldenview Lane home two years ago.


    “It was a really odd chemical smell,” McCord testified Monday. “You could feel the heat coming from the door. It alarmed me.”


    The owners of this 2,256-square-foot home – 61-year-old Joel Guy Sr. and 55-year-old wife Lisa Guy – hadn’t been heard from since the day after Thanksgiving 2016. It was the Monday after that holiday, and Lisa Guy hadn’t shown up for work.


    McCord could see groceries on the floor in the foyer through the front door. The Guys’ vehicles were in the driveway. McCord and fellow deputies found a garage door opener in one of those cars. McCord stepped inside the garage and opened a door into the house.


    “The smell is never going to leave me,” he said.


    Hands in Tupperware, head in pot

    The temperature was 93 degrees inside. McCord said heaters had been plugged in and turned on throughout the house. He could hear a dog barking in a room somewhere upstairs. He walked through the kitchen, past a stove where he said a pot caught his attention.

    “The stove is on,” he said. “The pot is on. There’s something in that pot. You could feel the heat coming off the stove.”

    McCord was unnerved. He didn’t stop to check the pot’s contents and headed toward a staircase. When he reached the landing, what McCord saw made him visibly blanch Monday on the witness stand – two years later.


    “(It was) the most horrific thing I’ve ever encountered in police work – in my life,” he said.


    There was blood everywhere – all down the hallway on the walls and floor. McCord saw scissors and clothing that appeared to have been cut from a body and a large knife. He saw bottles of peroxide, bleach, acid and rubbing alcohol. He could smell, he said, the stench of death mixed with those chemicals.


    As he turned toward a bathroom, that’s when he saw the first body part.


    “This item right here,” McCord said, pointing to a photo, “is hands.”


    McCord and his fellow law enforcers would soon find plenty more body parts, many inside “Tupperware containers” strewn throughout an entire floor of the home, he said. Joel and Lisa Guy had been attacked, mortally wounded and dismembered inside their own home.


    Lisa Guy’s head was boiling in that pot on the stove.


    Guy: 'I had some severe cuts'


    McCord testified for the first time Monday in Knox County Criminal Court about the November 2016 macabre double slaying that authorities kept quiet for days – until they had a suspect in custody.

    That suspect? The Guys’ 28-year-old son, Joel Michael Guy Jr.


    Statements in court Monday suggest Guy has confessed to killing his parents. He was still unemployed and had bounced from college to college since his 2006 graduation from a boarding school. His parents, testimony showed, had been footing his bills – and they were tired of it. They apparently told him so when he came to visit for Thanksgiving.


    In a rare move, Guy took the witness stand Monday in Judge Bob McGee’s courtroom as his lead attorney, Assistant Public Defender Jonathan Harwell, launched a bid to get the mountain of evidence against Guy – including Walmart receipts for all those chemicals – tossed out for various legal reasons.


    Harwell made sure before sending his client to the witness stand to legally block Assistant District Attorney General Leslie Nassios from questioning Guy about the killing of his parents. She tried anyway.

    For instance, Guy testified he went to a Walmart on Parkside Drive two days before his parents’ body parts were found and bought some of those chemicals found in their home.


    “I had severe cuts on my hands,” he said, offering no explanation.


    “You didn’t show these injuries to your mother?” Nassios asked on cross-examination.


    “No,” Guy responded.


    “You didn’t show these injuries to your father?” she pressed.


    “No,” he answered.


    “Is there a reason for that?” Nassios said.


    Harwell immediately objected. McGee sided with him. Nassios wasn’t finished trying.


    Guy: 'I saw yellow crime scene tape'


    Guy testified he drove back to Baton Rouge that same day – after the Walmart trip – to get medical care there because he “didn’t have insurance” and figured it would be cheaper near or on a college campus. He said he drove back to Knoxville on the day McCord made his grisly discovery.

    “I saw yellow crime scene tape in the yard,” Guy testified.


    Nassios pounced.


    “You didn’t stop to inquire on what was going on?” she asked.


    “That’s correct,” Guy answered.


    “You didn’t call anybody?” she pressed. “You just went back to Baton Rouge?”


    “Yes,” he said.


    Guy was arrested the next day at his Baton Rouge apartment. McCord said Guy had tried to buy a gun earlier that day at a Baton Rouge sporting goods store but was turned down after he gave a fake name.

    The hearing continues Tuesday. McGee said he would issue a written ruling later. He set a July 22 trial in the case.

    https://www.knoxnews.com/story/news/crime/2018/12/04/joel-guy-trial-murder-dismembering-parents-farragut/2187392002/
    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    “There are some people who just do not deserve to live,”
    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    “Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence"
    - Edgar Allan Poe

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