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Woman beheaded by partner inside Northeast Philly home: police

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A 41-year-old woman was found beheaded in a northeast Philadelphia home by her partner on Tuesday afternoon, police say. The woman was found dead around 12:45 p.m. in a house on the 300 block of Magee Avenue.

Ahmad Shareef has been charged with murder, possession of an instrumentality of crime and misuse of a corpse in connection with the domestic homicide, the Philadelphia district attorney’s office announced Tuesday night. He is in custody and ineligible for bail.

Sources say the crime scene looks like something out of a horror movie.

Neighbors are disturbed upon learning the details of the alleged incident.

“The yellow house is the worst house in the neighborhood. Now it’s like a house of horrors,” said Nyjha Richardson.

Beyond the Christmas Grinch in the front yard, the Christmas lights, and inside the house on the 300 block of Magee Avenue, lies a gruesome crime scene.

Police say a woman, who has not yet been identified, was found decapitated after receiving a call around 12.45pm on Tuesday for a domestic situation.

“Upon arrival we found a witness as well as a victim lying on the floor inside following a discussion with a witness, we have identified a person of interest,” Inspector Michael said. McCarrick.

“The whole block is like, ‘Wow,'” John Martinez said. “It just makes us think about who your neighbor is, doesn’t it? Like who do you live next to.”

Investigators say Shareef fled the house covered in blood and was found in bushes several blocks away near Rising Sun Avenue and Robbins Street in Lawncrest.

Police say the suspect called family members and told them what had happened and admitted he needed his medication.

“Constant, consistent drama for this house,” Richardson said.

Neighbors tell CBS33 that several adults and children live in the house and that the police have been called several times about it.

It’s still unclear what led to the murder, but now neighbors are horrified by what police say happened inside.

“The man is out of whack and he’s terrifying and I’m very glad he’s gone now, but I’m disgusted it’s taken so long,” Richardson said.

Police say it is still very early in the investigation.

For resources on domestic/intimate violence: Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline: (866) 723-3014, National Domestic Abuse Hotline: 1-888-799-SAFE (7233), Woman Against Abuse: 1-866- 723-3014

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