The documents paint a gruesome scene of Zachary Irvin's final moments last month inside the freight warehouse, where investigators believe the jobless 22-year-old was bound to a lawn chair before being killed, according to an investigator's warrant request.
Tony Flinn, in the documents obtained Thursday by The Associated Press, added that searchers found blood on walls and floors of several rooms of the sprawling, old warehouse that's become a hangout for trespassing homeless. Bloody fingerprints also were on door jambs and drywall.
Dennis Iagulli, left, and James Pierson. - AP
Lt. Bill Baker, head of the regional team that investigated the killing, said an autopsy showed Irvin had been shot to death before his body was cut up.