A Philadelphia man, Davonti Haynes, took to Twitter to share that he found out about his friend and neighbor, Brian Bourquard, was a murder KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, August 13, 2022

A Philadelphia man, Davonti Haynes, took to Twitter to share that he found out about his friend and neighbor, Brian Bourquard, was a murder

A Philadelphia man took to Twitter to share that he found out about his friend and neighbor was a murder. His neighbor, Brian Bourquard, was arrested for a 2005 murder that left a woman decapitated.

According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Brian had been living in Philly for a few years and had been working as a vice president of strategy and finance at a robotics company and held a Ph.D in agricultural economics. Brian was arrested this week after police finally cracked a 16-year-old case.

Shanan Lynn Read was killed in Seattle in 2005, in what police believed at the time was a drug overdose. Her body was discovered inside a container in the Pacific Ocean, with her head washing up a few months later. Now, it’s being discovered that Brian, along with 3 other men, killed Shanan over a debt.

Allegedly, the group of men threatened Shanan and then fatally beat her with a metal baton inside a Seattle apartment over a $4,000 debt. The men then put Read’s body into a Rubbermaid container, took it to Bourquard’s family cabin more than an hour away, stored it there for weeks, doused it with chemicals to speed up its decomposition, and eventually shoved the Rubbermaid into water.

The case went unsolved before one of the men involved eventually confessed to police his part in the murder. Police then issued arrest warrants for all people involved and discovered Brian’s journal where he wrote about killing Shanan months before the crime.

In one entry, from August 2005, Bourquard wrote: “Shanan owes $4,000 to some people. Unless she has it by Sunday, her daughter is dead and Anthony could lose his position. All because Shanan [expletive] off all the money.” And in another undated entry, prosecutors said, Bourquard wrote: “Straight killer ... don’t put it past me, but you won’t see it coming.”

All three men are being held on $10 million bond in the states where they were arrested, pending extradition to Washington State to face trial.

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