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September 1, 2015

DAILYKENN.com -- The teen accused of fatally stabbing a mentally ill man will be tried for first-degree murder.

News reports say 26-year-old Julian Parrott was stabbed 11 times in the head and eight times in the neck.

The case had been delayed while the accused killer, Isaiah D. Stuart, 17, underwent psychological evaluation.

The crime occurred in Stanton, Penn. in May, 2014.

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Based on evidence heard at Stuart's preliminary hearing last summer, police said the suspect, 16 at the time, told them he met Parrott the night of May 7, 2014, at the golf course in Gypsy Hill Park. Stuart claimed Parrott paid him for sexual favors in the past, and said on the night in question he again met with Parrott for sex.

Based on police testimony, Stuart claimed he refused the alleged sex request. Stuart said Parrott, in an effort to get him to stay, grabbed him as he tried to leave. Stuart told police he responded by pulling a knife and stabbing Parrott multiple times.

A city employee cutting grass near the golf course's 18th hole discovered Parrott's body the next morning.

An autopsy report revealed Parrott was stabbed 11 times in the head and eight times in the neck. Parrott also had numerous cuts to his upper extremities, which were consistent with defensive wounds. In all, he was stabbed or cut 35 times, according to a report.

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