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When he spoke to police, Kinsey said he was walking home from the store when he saw a man he thought used to date his mother and was abusive toward her. Kinsey moved up into a space between a house and shed to get a better look, when he said a man asked him why he was “creeping around in the shadows,” according to a police report.
Kinsey said after explaining himself he became angry, threw down his bags and told them he didn’t want to go to prison tonight. As he started to pick up his groceries, Kinsey told police the men approached and one told him that talking like Satan and Kinsey’s knife didn’t scare him, according to the report.
When the men got close enough, Kinsey said he knew they weren’t going to let him go so he started swinging the machete, according to the report.Kinsey said he remembered cutting open the arms of one man and striking the other man in the neck as he fled, according to the report.
Nathan Young, 32, and Brandon Prince, 39, were stabbed to death, near the intersection of North 16th and North D Street in Fort Smith, just before 10 p.m. on June 26, according to a police report.
An eyewitness said he was on the front porch of the duplex having a beer with the two victims when Kinsey was seen walking in the alley next to the home with grocery bags in his hands.According to court documents, Kinsey said he was walking back from the Dollar Store when he thought he saw a person who used to date his mother. While looking through a backyard, Kinsey said he was confronted by three people who wanted to know why he was there.
Kinsey and the victims exchanged words and Kinsey pulled out a machete to warn them, the documents state.