A chilling confession from accused killer Chanel Lewis detailed the homicidal rage that exploded as he stood last August on a Howard Beach running path.
Jogger Karina Vetrano, unarmed and alone, was brutally beaten and killed for no reason other than Lewis’ murderous mid-day meltdown, the accused killer told cops after his Feb. 2 arrest.
“She was running toward me and I just lost it,” Lewis told police. “She didn’t do anything. I was just mad at that time. I beat her to let my emotions out …
“I fought with her for five minutes. She scratched my face. I hit her about five times and I knocked her out. Her teeth broke. I got madder and madder and I strangled her … her pants came off as I dragged her.”
The suspect also said to one NYPD detective, “Tell my mom that I’m sorry.”