Jaimie Walker: Son who stabbed father 'sensing devil in him' says 'black smoke' left his body and entered him
QUEENS VILLAGE, NEW YORK: A Queens man accused of murdering his 72-year-old father and attempting to poison three family members has been charged. Jaimie Walker, 30, has been charged with the murder of his father Loandows. According to reports, Walker claims he "sensed the devil" in his father, and "black smoke" left the old man's body when he was killed. Three relatives - Loandows wife, Valda Walker, 70, and their son, 31, and daughter, 29, were found unconscious by authorities in the same house. Walker has also been charged with "criminal possession of a weapon." Walker was taken into police custody and to Queens General Hospital for a mental evaluation.
The Sun reported that Walker told investigators that he had a fight with his father over "the devils' presence." He ended up stabbing his father with scissors after he said his father hit him on the head using a cup. Reportedly, Walker also told detectives that "black smoke" after leaving his father's body entered his own body. The scissors was found in the hallway by police, but has not been confirmed as the murder weapon as of yet.
According to the article, an Instagram account by the name of Jaimie Walker/@jaimiewalker90, believed to belong to the accused, has pictures of "women being groped and smashed with a hammer." The description of the profile says, "I'm a Future gamedev and I'm Learning how to draw so I can make my own concept art for future games.” There is no confirmation if the profile is of the arrested Walker.
The incident resulted in police being called and Joseph Kenny, assistant chief of the NYPD’s Detective Bureau, said that Walker was acting "very incoherently” and speaking of how he "had injured somebody inside of the apartment." Loandows was found in the bathroom with his torso bearing stab wounds and was reportedly pronounced dead at the scene. Valda and her kids were found in the living room on a mattress - they had "no apparent signs of trauma" but they were in critical condition. It was revealed by the NYPD to The Sun that three bottles with a "mystery fluid" that "appeared" to have been drunk from were also found at the scene - they don't' believe it was water, but don't know what the liquid is.
While neighbors heard "some noises," Ian Ramsey, a friend of Loandows, said that "they know they do their chanting so they didn’t take it into consideration", explaining that the family chanted often for religious purposes. According to reports, police said there has been no history of domestic violence or "other phone calls involving emotionally confused people," from the location. Another tenant also reportedly revealed that they were "surprised" by the news and that the Walkers were "a good, church-going family." The Sun further reported that Tanya Barrett, described as a niece of the victim, had revealed to New York Times that she had even spoken to Valda a day before the incident - "I asked, ‘How are the guys?’ And she said, ‘They are OK. Jamie is here, he’s on the computer and he’s OK," said Barrett. “This is not like him [Jaimie]. Everybody in the family is asking, ‘What happened?’”