Lawrence Anderson Biography, Wiki
Lawrence Anderson, An Oklahoma man suspected of murdering three people and injuring one has now confessed that he killed one of them and later sliced out her heart and cooked it to feed his household, according to authorities.
Lawrence Anderson, allegedly killed Andrea Lynn Blankenship, 41, in her Chickasha home on February 9, 2021. “He took the heart again to 214 West Minnesota, Chickasha,” an agent with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation wrote in a search warrant obtained by The Oklahoman. “He cooked the heart with potatoes to feed to his household to launch the demons.”
Lawrence Anderson is 42-years-old.
Murder Suspect Cut Neighbor’s Heart Out And cooked It For Family
‘He cooked the heart with potatoes to feed to his household to launch the demons’ says an agent with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.
Anderson was staying at 214 West Minnesota tackle along with his aunt, Delsie Pye, and uncle, Leon Pye, 67, after his early jail release in January 2021. He had been sentenced in 2017 to serve 20 years behind bars but got out after Gov. Kevin Stitt commuted his time. After killing Blankenship, Anderson, 42, went again to the Pye house, where he cooked the heart with the intention of feeding it to them.
On the same day, February 9, the police received a hang-up call to 911 originating from Pye’s residence. The Chickasha Police were dispatched to the home and tried to make contact with the homeowner. They discovered Pye and his 4-year-old granddaughter, Kaeos Yates, dead inside and two others injured. Pye’s wife, Delsie, was “maimed during the attack” and transported to a local hospital for treatment, authorities said. Anderson was allegedly observed “throwing up” into pillows at the scene. It’s unclear at this time if the suspect had been using drugs prior to the killings.
Authorities found Blankenship’s body two days later after Anderson confessed at a hospital in Oklahoma Metropolis, the place he was being held. He’s now being held in Grady County jail after his release from the hospital on February 15 and expenses are pending.
Anderson’s repeat incarceration history began in 2006 when he was sentenced for possession of crack cocaine and for threatening his girlfriend with a gun. He reportedly served less than two years of a four-year sentence. Six years after he was first sentenced, Anderson was sentenced to 15 years for selling crack near an elementary school. Five years into that sentence in 2017, he was released from prison again, but his sentence also included two decades of probation. According to the report, Anderson quickly violated parole by possessing a gun and using PCP and cocaine, he was imprisoned the same year to serve 20 years.
A GoFundMe campaign for Blankenship’s memorial has raised more than $3,890 of a $4,500 goal at the time of this writing. “My mom’s life was taken too early. She was murdered Tuesday night alone with another family by a man who should never have been let out of prison early. This will provide relief towards her memorial,” a message from Haylee Blankenship says.
“This has to be addressed by the Legislature, sooner rather than later, because more people are going to get killed,” Grady County District Attorney Jason Hicks has said. The prosecutor plans to charge Anderson. The death penalty “is on the table,” Hicks said.