WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- An autopsy report reveals gruesome details of a Winston-Salem man who was dismembered.

In April of 2017, police discovered the remains of 75-year-old, John Agnew inside his home on Timberline Drive in Winston-Salem.

An autopsy report sources, investigative reports that Agnew’s body parts were found in a duffel bag in a bathroom at the house. Investigators also found knives and a hacksaw in the kitchen and a hatchet was on the couch. NCDOT workers later discovered part of Agnew’s body in a wooded area near Archdale.

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Autopsy Report: Murder Of John Agnew

Police later arrested a man who’s been charged with murder in Agnew’s death.

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Police arrested Adrion Demare Whorley, of Rockingham who’s charged with First Degree Murder and Concealment of Death.

Whorley and the 75-year-old man were acquaintances. Court documents show the victim visited Whorley while he was in jail, serving a 16-year sentence for assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill.

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