Former Radford University student Luisa Cutting reportedly told the police that she was "making cocaine with the devil" before killing her roommate more than 30 times more fatally in an episode described by the authorities as psychotic.
allegedly confessed to killing Alexa Cannon at her apartment near the school on January 24, and asked the police to arrest her when they discovered at the scene that she was full of blood. The two had been friends before they moved in together.
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The 21-year-old psychology student pleaded guilty to Monday's second degree murder and guilty The Roanoke Times reported that she was sentenced to 20 years in prison ,
While the Commonwealth lawyer in Radford, Chris Rehak, said the authorities had been unable to identify a motive for killing, new details were revealed at the Monday hearing.
Cutting reported to the police in a "bizarre and bizarre" confession that on the night she killed Cannon, Rehak made a cocktail with drugs such as cocaine, mushrooms Having drunk Xanax and Adderall said.
She also prayed, mentioned the apocalypse and voiced the line about making cocaine with the devil, the newspaper reported. WSLS-TV solved these factors in conjunction with the evidence that cutting in the days leading up to the murder no longer sleep had a psychotic episode out.
Cutting also showed a strange behavior in prison, as if he wanted to repeatedly push her hand in the mouth, after the station. She was reportedly taken to a mental institution for a week.
Judge Joey Showalter sentenced her to 40 years' imprisonment, which was to be suspended on probation after a 20-year prison sentence and a 10-year probationary period. Cutting also had to sign up for a psychological consultation.
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At the hearing, Cutting apologized briefly to Cannon's family.
"There are no words for this tragedy" And my heart is full of sadness and grief. My heart goes to the Cannon family. "
Kathleen Joyce of Fox News contributed to this report.