It has been nearly six weeks since Austin Harrouff, a Florida State University student, attacked and killed a couple in their Jupiter, Florida garage. Harrouff was found trying to "eat the face and abdomen" of the male victim, John Stevens, and exhibiting other odd behavior. Harrouff was tested for the usual drugs, including opiates, marijuana, cocaine, and PCP, but the hospital was not able to test for the more exotic drugs on-site. Beginning last week, the FBI began testing Austin Harrouff's blood for things like Flakka, bath salts, and spice.
Dr. Wade Harrouff, a Florida dentist and father of Austin Harrouff, claims that his son is still in the hospital, and continues to deteriorate, according to the Inquisitr. Wade Harrouff believes that his son Austin suffered some sort of breakdown, as his behavior was out of character. Wade Harrouff says that in the weeks before this tragic event, Austin Harrouff's behavior had been off, and that might have led to the meltdown. For now, there seems to be no explanation as to why Austin Harrouff attacked people and exhibited cannibalistic behavior.