Blood Dripping From Man’s Car Leads Police to SHOCKING Discoveries

Blood Dripping From Man’s Car Leads Police to SHOCKING Discoveries

This is honestly like something you’d see in a horror movie. A vehicle that was literally dripping blood led to the discovery of 3 dead bodies.

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From The Daily Mail:

A Hawaii man was arrested in connection with three murders after police responded to a home as he was driving away from the scene with blood dripping from the trunk of his car.

Police spotted John Ali Hoffman, 49, leaving the home and driving away in a car with its headlights off.

Hoffman was pulled over and arrested around 1.30am Friday.

Dripping blood from the trunk of the car led officers to a woman’s body stuffed in the trunk and police found a gun in the front seat of the car.

Two dead children were discovered inside the house in a subdivision in the rural Puna district, police said.

Police Capt Robert Wagner said it ‘looks like they were all living in the same house’, but his relationship to the victims is still unclear.

A relative said Hoffman had a wife and two young children — a boy and a girl.

Police are trying to identify the victims.

Hoffman’s sister-in-law, Marie Hoffman, was shocked to hear the allegations.

‘That don’t sound right,’ she said several times in a phone interview from Minneapolis.

She said she did not know much about John Hoffman’s wife but that he is originally from St Louis and moved to Hawaii about 20 years ago.

Marie Hoffman, who is married to his brother, described John Hoffman as the kind of man who takes care of people, especially children.

‘He’s stern, but he’s cool,’ she said.

A man who lives next door to Hoffman told the Hawaii Tribune-Herald that he occasionally heard arguments coming from the home.

‘I do know they were not a happy couple over there,’ Tim Mullins told the newspaper.

‘They would argue and fight, and I would hear it from time to time. But before it got too bad, it would quiet out.’

And on the night of the murders Mullins told the Tribune-Herald that he did hear a disturbance but didn’t hear gunshots.

‘It was pretty rainy and the coqui were loud but in between the shower bursts it did sound like a woman’s voice was piercing through the night, and then it would go away.

He added that he was ‘trying to sleep so I tried to tune that out and I didn’t think anything of it at that time’.

Other residents said they did not know anyone with Hoffman’s name in the subdivision, which has about 800 to 900 homes on 1-acre or larger lots.

The man deserves nothing less than life in prison.

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