Man Threw Meth Filled Death Party for Wife

A Minnesota man was arrested earlier this year after his ailing wife was found dead in their home. He has been charged with her murder after an autopsy found she died from a methamphetamine overdose. 

When officers arrived at the couple's home, they found the words "Death Parde God Hell" spray-painted on the front door. Duane Johnson ran outside naked to inform officers his wife was dead then went back inside he take a bath.

Duane's wife Debra was found wrapped in a sheet at the top of the stairs.

Debra was living in a nursing home but was checked out by her husband so that she could die at home like she wanted.

Duane Johnson told officers that she stopped taking her meds and instead took meth. They then spent hours having sex and listening to Quiet Riot.

After she died, Duane washed her body and wrapped her in linen “like the Bible told him to do.”

He then waited several hours to call 911 because he wanted to make sure she was dead. 

The Mankato Free Press reported that Duane, 58, of Searles, Minnesota, was charged with criminal neglect and receiving stolen property after his wife's death.

Photo: Brown County Sheriff's Office

 
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