A Michigan man has been arrested after he went on a crime spree murdering two men and assaulting a woman. The 23-year-old accused took selfies with the body of one of the victims and wrote bible verses on the wall after stabbing him to death, reports said.

Caleb Anderson was charged on Nov. 17 for murdering Patrick L. Ernst, a 65-year-old man from Green Bay, Wisconsin, after finding him through an online dating site Grindr. Anderson stabbed the victim 51 times and stole his vehicle on Aug. 1.

Anderson then went on to assault an unidentified 18-year-old woman who was jogging in the Upper Peninsula and murdered a 52-year-old man, identified as Dwight Dixon, in Alabama on Aug. 3, news outlet MLive reported Monday.

The jogger reportedly managed to escape her assaulter, who was later identified as Anderson based on the description given by the victim and the vehicle he was driving.

Deputies who responded to Ernst's residence for a welfare check found the victim dead and completely naked underneath a pile of clothing. Ernst had stab marks on his "stomach, arms, face, and neck," news outlet Law & Crime reported.

Officials also found a handwritten apology at the scene and a bible verse written on the wall above the bed. "I am so sorry he didn't deserve this," Anderson reportedly wrote.

After the brutal stabbing, the accused watched wrestling on TV in the living room and used Grindr again to meet Dixon, reports said. Anderson took disturbing selfies with the victim's body that were later recovered from his phone.

Anderson remains jailed in Alabama after cops took him into custody on Aug. 3 for murdering Dixon. He is now charged with first-degree intentional homicide in Wisconsin in connection with Ernst's death.

During interrogation, Anderson reportedly admitted to the two murders and the assault on the jogger.

Anderson was previously sentenced to 12 months of probation on charges of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct in 2019. The man was convicted for approaching unsuspecting women, grabbing their buttocks without permission, and then running away.

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