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Native American, Shilo Oldrock, is jailed for 35 years after murdering his drinking buddy, hacking his body with an ax and leaving his head in stove | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker


  • Shilo Aaron Oldrock, 30, a member of the Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and voluntary manslaughter in the 2021 killings 
  • The two victims were identified only by their initials, E.B and P.S 
  • The judge handed down the 20-year sentence for the murder charge, and 15-year sentence on manslaughter charge. The sentences will run back-to-back

A Native American man has been imprisoned for 35 years in the gruesome killings of two drinking buddies – including one homicide where he hacked the victim with an ax and left his head in a stove. 

Shilo Aaron Oldrock, 30, pleaded guilty in federal charge to counts of second-degree murder and voluntary manslaughter in August for the violent murders of two men, identified only by their initials – E.B and P.S. 

Oldrock, a member of the Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe, later admitted to police he killed both P.S. and E.B. Both crimes took place within the Navajo Nation in New Mexico.

In one killing, Oldrock killed his drinking and meth buddy and burned his body in a barrel. Months later, consumed by paranoia of the other killing and the death of his grandmother, he killed another friend by stabbing him 22 times before decapitating him. 

The judge handed down the 20-year sentence for the murder charge and a 15-year sentence on the manslaughter charge, which will run back-to-back. Oldrock was also ordered to spend an additional five years on probation following his release.

Shilo Aaron Oldrock, 30, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and voluntary manslaughter in August for the violent murders of two men
Oldrock, a member of the Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe, later admitted to police that he killed both P.S. and E.B. One killing ended with the victim’s head being placed in a stove

‘It is our solemn duty to bring justice and answers to grieving Tribal communities,’ said U.S. Attorney Alexander Uballez

On the night of January 29, 2021, Oldrock, was drinking and using methamphetamine with P.S and E.B.

During the drug-fueled night, P.S and E.B got into an argument, after P.S got injured, Oldrock jumped in to ‘finish him off,’ prosecutors say, striking his head with a metal iron. 

Oldrock then burned his body in a barrel to cover the crime, according to the U.S. District Attorney’s office of New Mexico. 

P.S’s family grew concerned when he did not return home. They later found his abandoned vehicle, and filed a missing person’s report. 

For nearly two years the victim’s family searched for their loved one, who was added to the FBI’s List of Native Americans Verified as Missing Throughout New Mexico and the Navajo Nation.

On October 10, 2021, nearly nine months after P.S’s murder, Oldrock killed E.B.

Oldrock reportedly driven by paranoia and his grandmother’s death, stabbed E.B. nearly 22 times, decapitated him with an ax and put his head into a wood stove. 

‘No amount of investigation, prosecution, or years in prison will bring back a murdered loved one,’ Uballez said.  

‘But this team of local, tribal, and federal law enforcement partners will meet the case of each missing and murdered Indigenous person with urgency, transparency, and coordination. 

‘Everyone deserves to feel safe in their community and confident that law enforcement will be vigilant in the investigation of missing community members.’

FBI Special Agent in Charge Bujanda also issued a statement on the depraved actions of Oldrock, who was 28 years old when he committed the crimes.

‘The rationale behind the depraved violent criminal acts committed in this case may be hard to understand, but our message today is crystal clear: the FBI and its partners will vigorously investigate and prosecute those who show such a callous disregard for innocent lives,’ he said.

‘The investigation of Oldrock, and his 35-year sentence, stand as a testament to the collaboration and dedication of the FBI, Navajo Nation Criminal Investigators, and the United States Attorney’s Office to bring justice to victims of violent crimes in Indian County.’

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