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A Minnesota Woman Used Meth and Killed A Man. When She Came To, She Lit a Camper On Fire Thinking She Was 'Burning A Witch.'

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Source: MEGA; ITASCA COUNTY

Aug. 16 2023, Published 4:04 p.m. ET

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A woman in Minnesota claimed after she murdered a victim, she set fire to a camper because she thought she was “burning a witch.”

Crystal Wilson was recently sentenced to 36 years in prison in connection with the July 2022 murder of Bradley Reymann, KARE reported

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Wilson pleaded guilty to second-degree intentional murder and first-degree arson, according to WCCO.

Police arrested Wilson when they spotted her coming out of the woods near where a burning camper and a body was found in Ball Club, according to KSTP.

A witness told police that he believed Wilson was involved in the murder and he had recently kicked her out of his home for fighting with his sister and acting strange, according to KSTP. Wilson returned after the murder covered in blood and asked to take a shower.

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She also told the witness the victim would not be able to hurt anybody again.

Wilson then returned to the woods, where she was arrested.

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Wilson told police that she used methamphetamine at the trailer. After using the drugs, she stabbed the victim multiple times with a knife, according to reports. Wilson went unconscious and woke up to find the murdered victim.

Police didn’t find the knife but did find a pair of pliers at the scene.

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When investigators asked how many times she stabbed the victim, Wilson said, “I just kept going,” according to the KTSP.

Wilson then grabbed a lighter and lit the camper on fire, saying she thought she was “burning a witch.”

Wilson had several bruises on her body and could not recall if they were sustained before or after the murder.

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