Man shoots mother in the head over broken video-game headset
14 January 2018, 01:30 | Erica Roy
Police: Man Shoots, Kills Own Mother After Argument Over Video Game
A little white before 10 in the evening, authorities received an emergency report of a woman being shot inside a residence. Two bullets were found in the wall, one was lodged in the ceiling, and a fourth had struck his 68-year-old mother in the head, killing her.
28 year old Matthew Nicholson is now in custody after allegedly shooting, and killing, his mother over a broken gaming headset following a heated argument that led to he himself breaking it.
A Northern California man has been arrested on suspicion of homicide after police say he killed his mom amid a dispute over a video game headset, KTLA sister station KTXL in Sacramento reported.
Matthew Nicholson at that point faulted his mother and undermined to execute the two his folks previously he snatched a handgun in the home, police said. "The father grabbed the gun, emptied it".
"I understand that he would've killed the father too, but the gun jammed", a family friend told FOX40. Nicholson's 81-year-old father wrestled the gun away from his son, and Nicholson drove to a relative's house in Riverbank.
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