Skinhead Brothers Accused Of Killing Own Family Arrested In Michigan
Two skinhead brothers accused of killing their parents and younger brother were arrested Wednesday, 500 miles from the murder scene.
Bryan Freeman, 17, and his 15-year-old brother, David, were arrested in Hope, Mich., FBI Agent John Narvaez said.
They are accused of stabbing and bludgeoning their parents and 11-year-old brother, Eric, in Allentown, Pa., then fleeing in the family car. The bodies were found late Sunday.
The brothers constantly challenged the authority of their Jehovah’s Witness parents - smoking in their driveway, collecting Nazi paraphernalia, tattooing Nazi slogans on their foreheads, police said.
The brothers are an imposing sight. David stands 6-foot-3, weighs 245 pounds and has “Sieg Heil!” etched above his eyebrows. Bryan, who has “Berserker” tattooed on his forehead, is 6 feet and weighs 215 pounds.