US homicide detectives arrested a Spokane, Washington, man who said he rescued his teen daughter from sex trafficking in Seattle and later killed her boyfriend in Airway Heights last year, according to court records, The Spokesman-Review reported.
John B. Eisenman, 60, is charged with the first-degree murder of Andrew Sorensen, 20, whose rotten body was found on October 22 in the trunk of an abandoned car.
Police spoke with Brenda Kross, the registered owner of the vehicle, who said the couple’s underage daughter had been sex trafficked in Seattle in October 2020 by her boyfriend, Sorensen. Kross and Eisenman drove to Seattle and rescued their daughter that same month, they told police.
A month later, Eisenman met with Sorensen, kidnapped him, tied him up, and put him in the trunk of the aforesaid car.
Eisenman told police that’s when he threw a cinder block at Sorensen’s head and stabbed him multiple times before driving the car to a remote area in North Spokane County and abandoning it with the body still inside the trunk, according to court documents.
The case broke in mid-October when residents of East Everett Avenue noticed an abandoned car on their street. Police said people began rummaging through the unlocked 1991 green Honda Accord, taking some items and noticing a foul odor.