A Washington state father accused of killing his daughter's boyfriend is facing a first-degree murder charge.
According to the Spokane police, 60-year-old John Eisenman beat, restrained, and fatally stabbed a 19-year-old man he believed sold his underage daughter into a Seattle-based sex trafficking ring.
Eisenman discovered in October 2020 that his daughter’s boyfriend had allegedly sold her into a sex trafficking operation for $1,000.
According to police, Eisenman retrieved his daughter from Seattle that same month. Later, he learned the boyfriend, Aaron Sorenson, would be near Spokane the following month.
During the police interview, Eisenman admitted to murdering Sorenson, and the body was discovered on October 22 in the truck on an abandoned car.
In November 2020, Eisenman confronted Sorensen, zip-tied him, and placed him in the vehicle's truck. According to court documents, Eisenman also threw a cinder block at Sorenson’s head and stabbed him multiple times in the stomach, eventually killing him.
Last month, the vehicle was moved to Spokane’s Hillyard by an unidentified third party, where neighbors found the body, according to reports.
Eisenman is behind bars in Spokane County Jail. His bond was set at $1 million.