MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The man accused of decapitating a Hibbing man who he believed had sexually assaulted his girlfriend appeared in court Tuesday, along with his girlfriend.

Last week, 35-year-old Joseph Christen Thoresen of Deer River was charged with second-degree murder in the death of 20-year-old David Alexander Haiman.

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According to the criminal complaint, Thoresen struck Haiman with a baseball bat, stabbed and decapitated him after Kayleen Danielle Greniger accused Haiman of raping her.

On June 26, Haiman’s remains were discovered in the Ball Club area, west of Deer River.

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Greniger has also been accused of being an accomplice after the fact following Haiman’s death. She’s accused of hiding the machete used to kill Haimen in their apartment.

Bail for Throesen has been set for $2 million without conditions, and $200,000 for Greniger without conditions. Both bails are reduced by half if they accept certain conditions.

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Thoresen is scheduled to appear in court on August 29, and Greniger on July 18.