A man accused of killing and dismembering two teenage girls is on trial after plumbers allegedly found human remains in his drains.
Adam Strong, 47, said to the cops, “Okay, you got me, the gig is over, it’s a corpse” after confronting him about the find, a court heard.
The alleged recording came after plumbers were told to plug the pipes at Strong’s home in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.
They were shocked when they found a “meaty substance” in the drains and called the police, who knocked on Strong’s door and found body parts in his refrigerator.
Four officers reportedly went to Strong’s basement apartment after the plumbers showed them a shopping bag containing the cruel remains.
On Monday, police officer Kevin Park, who was responding to the December 2017 incident, said in court: “I had never seen anything like this before, so I wasn’t sure.”
PC Park asked him what he was flushing in the toilet and he reportedly started to confess right away Mail online Reports.
The court heard Strong respond, “OK, you got me, the gig is over, it’s a corpse. If you want to recover the rest of it, it’s in my freezer.”
Strong was arrested and charged with the murder of 18-year-old Rori Hache, who disappeared months earlier.
He was also accused of killing 19-year-old Kandis Fitzpatrick, who disappeared in 2008.
The 47-year-old has pleaded not guilty to either murder charge.
Fishermen had previously discovered Hache’s torso in Oshawa Harbor, where Strong’s phone was traced back to a week before the body was discovered.
The rest of the teenager’s remains were in Strong’s freezer in his bedroom, and officials also discovered a hunting knife with Fitzpatrick’s DNA and her blood in his freezer and bedroom, the court heard.
Crown Attorney Bryan Guertin said: “Ms. Fitzpatrick met the same fate as Ms. Hache. Both girls were vulnerable, essentially homeless and had no permanent address.
“Both girls had drug problems and sometimes worked in the sex trade to fund their drug habits.”
Hache was pregnant and was struggling with crystal meth addiction at the time of her death.
Her mother said she was not an abandoned drug addict, adding that her daughter was loved.
William Fitzpatrick, Kandis’ father, said he hadn’t heard from his daughter since he last saw her in the spring of 2008.
The trial continues and is expected to hear testimony from five women who claim they have committed severe sexual violence against them.