The atomic wedgie murder photos uncovered by police allegedly prove that Brad Davis altered the crime scene around Denver St. Claire.
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Mr. Davis claims the atomic wedgie murder was an accident.
As Davis tells the story, he and his stepfather Denver St. Claire were drinking together before Christmas when they became embroiled in an argument allegedly started by St. Claire when he insulted Davis’ mother, Tressia St. Clair.
Court records show the married couple attempted to get divorced twice, once in 2010 and once in 2013. Tressia apparently filed for a permanent protective order in 2008 after finding Denver embracing another woman “in a sexual way.” Denver is alleged to have grabbed Tressia by the neck and thrown her through a bathroom door.
St. Claire supposedly threw the first punch, but the resulting fight ended with blood on the walls and the stepfather unconscious. Davis admits to the assault, but when he wrapped the man’s underwear over the top of his head, he supposedly wasn’t planning an atomic wedgie murder. When he realized St. Claire wasn’t breathing, he called 911 to report the crime himself.
The state medical examiner confirmed St. Clair died of blunt force trauma and/or asphyxiation. He had multiple blunt force injuries to his face, and there was blood in both the living room and kitchen.
But Sheriff Mike Booth claims the atomic wedgie murder may have been premeditated:
“We continued our investigation and uncovered evidence that led us to believe that this was more than just a fight.”
Some reports claim “Brad Davis texted a friend saying he was going to hurt his step-father because he had ‘nothing to lose.’” Investigators served a search warrant for Davis’ smartphone, and they found photos of St. Clair lying in the living room in a pool of blood. There were also other photos showing the man prior to being given the atomic wedgie. Based upon those photos, police believe Davis altered the crime scene prior to their arrival.
Brad Davis is being held in a Pottawatomie County jail without bond, and he is expected to be charged with first-degree murder on January 22.