Green Bay, WI — Jonathan Schrap, 24, was sentenced to three and half years behind bars Friday, for amputating a woman’s pinky finger with a machete last year in some sort of retarded ritual to honor a fellow Juggalo.
I don’t know how Morbid missed this one…..
Back in August of 2016, Schrap and a few other Juggalos held a memorial service of sorts for a friend of theirs that had passed that year.
As part of the “ritual”, 27-year-old Shelby Neuens offered to let Schrap drink her blood. So he slashed her on the right forearm, leaving her “bleeding profusely” from a one-inch laceration.
The group then pondered on the idea of amputating a body part, to show how damn serious they were about this whole memorial thing. Again, Neuens, a true team player, stepped up and offered her pinky.
Took Schrap a couple of swings with a machete before the digit was removed at the palm. Schrap then put the pinky in his freezer, saying he would cook it and eat it later.
The crew then had to figure out how to stop the bleeding. When a lighter didn’t work, someone came up with the brilliant idea of a blow torch. That didn’t work so well either… police say it did more harm than good.
Neuens eventually ended up at the emergency room, where she informed police and medical personnel that she willingly offered her pinky, was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and did not want anyone criminally charged in the matter.
Schrap was charged with one count of second-degree reckless injury and mayhem. In addition to the 3.5 years behind bars, he was also ordered to serve 4.5 years of extended supervision, and probation.
A video of the incident was apparently posted to YouTube, but I have no desire to hunt it down. In the video, another of the crew, 23-year-old Preston Hyde, can be heard saying “finish it” after the first unsuccessful whack through the pinky. He, too, has been charged with second-degree reckless injury and mayhem.Tags: Amputation, Green Bay, ICP, Jonathan Schrap, Juggalo, mayhem, Preston Hyde, reckless injury, Shelby Neuens, Wisconsin