Texas man arrested in Oklahoma suspected of decapitating mother

Isaac Warriner
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DENTON, Tex. (KXII) - A 22-year-old man arrested after a high-speed chase in Love County has been extradited to Denton County, suspected of decapitating his mother with a hacksaw.

Police say Isaac Warriner is the sole suspect in the murder of his mother, 65-year-old Sarah Warriner.

The affidavit accuses Warriner of severing his mother's head from her body with a hacksaw, which he rinsed in a bathtub and toilet and left in the apartment.

Police told the Denton Record-Chronicle the woman's head was not at the apartment when they found her body.

The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Officer has not yet ruled an official cause of death.

Denton Police Chief Frank Dixon told The Denton Record-Chronicle officers has responded to 12 calls since February regarding concerns about Warriner's behavior.

Warriner was extradited to Denton County Thursday night and charged with abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence. No bond has been set.

Warriner was arrested in Love County May 6 for eluding after leading police on a chase from Gainesville.