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Suspect charged after Oklahoma man nearly beheaded

Isaiah Marin, 21, was arrested after police say he called 911 to report that he killed someone. Police reportedly said they found Marin jogging with a long knife.

Isaiah Marin, 21, was arrested after police say he called 911 to report that he killed someone. Police reportedly said they found Marin jogging with a long knife.

Police in central Oklahoma said Thursday that they charged a suspect with homicide after finding a man with his head "almost entirely severed from his body."

Isaiah Marin, 21, was charged in the murder of Jacob Andrew Crocket, Fox-25 Oklahoma City reported. Police had no motive, but said Marin, who lives in Stillwater, confessed to the killing and told them he planned to commit murders one at a time.

Police were reportedly informed about the killing when Marin called them around 2:45 p.m. The report said when officers arrived, they found Marin jogging with a long knife covered in blood. 

Reports of the Oklahoma beheading came one day after a man with a history of psychiatric problems beheaded his mother in her Long Island, N.Y., apartment and dragged the body and head out onto a street, where onlookers initially thought they were witnessing a macabre Halloween prank, police and witnesses said.

Oklahoma police said the beheading victim is the son is a highway patrol trooper, but that does not appear to be a motive.