BREAKING: Man charged with murder after allegedly killing man and eating his face at Las Vegas bus stop

Police found Czech kneeling next to the victim with "biological matter in his hair, mouth and on his clothing."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

A man has been charged with murder after allegedly killing a man and eating his face at a Las Vegas bus stop.

According to KLAS, 29-year-old Colin Czech has been charged with open murder.

Police were called to the area at around 5 am Sunday to a report of a man who allegedly tackled another man to the ground near Las Vegas Boulevard near Charleston Boulevard.

Another person called the police around 45 minutes later to report that they saw a man on top of another man at a bus stop "eating" the other man’s face.

Police found Czech kneeling next to the victim with "biological matter in his hair, mouth and on his clothing," court documents viewed by the outlet stated.

Czech reportedly told police that the man had attacked him.

The victim, identified as Kenneth Brown, was transported to the hospital where he was pronounced deceased. He had a large cut to his head and was missing an eye and ear.

Czech was reportedly "going in and out of consciousness" while in police custody, and later told officers that he is homeless and had been awake for "five days straight" because something was "possessing him."

Czech also told detectives he "used to teeth to eat [the man’s] eyeballs and ears."

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