USELESS WOODEN TOYS Singer Stabbed To Death

Michael Zennie of Indiana Daily Student reports that Bloomington, Indiana police arrested a Warsaw, Indiana man for murder after he allegedly stabbed the lead singer of the Minneapolis, Minnesota-based hardcore/thrash band USELESS WOODEN TOYS (MySpace page) to death at a house party early Saturday (June 21).

Officers arrested Brian P. White (see police photo below), 32, for stabbing Christopher A. Johnson, 32, of Minneapolis, after a fight occurred shortly before 5 a.m. at 1920 N. Arlington Road, according to a Bloomington Police Department news release.

The altercation began when the two got into a fist fight after White grabbed a woman's buttocks at a house party at the Arlington Road residence. A short time later, White came out of the house and stabbed Johnson in the chest, the report said.

Read the entire article from Indiana Daily Student.

Murder suspect Brian P. White (police photo):

Murdered USELESS WOODEN TOYS singer Christopher A. Johnson:

Tribute to Christopher A. Johnson:


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