Authorities responded to a home on River Valley Circle in Ceres around 9:50 p.m. Thursday and found the woman had been shot in the head, according to a statement from Ceres police.
At the point when the mother went to mind him, Matthew Nicholson contended with her and broke his own particular headset.
A 28-year-old man was arrested after fatally shooting his mother and threatening to kill both his parents over a broken video game headset, according to police in Ceres, California.
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Read the full story on KTXL's website here. His mother, Lydia Nicholson, game in and an argument ensued.
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. He allegedly got a gun and shot his mother before his 81-year-old father wrestled away the gun. A long-time friend of the family elaborated, telling FOX40, "I understand that he would've killed the father too, but the gun jammed".
Immediately after the son left, Loren Nicholson phoned into the police to report the incident where Lydia was then rushed to the hospital before passing from injury.
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Authorities believe that Blaze and the suspect drove around to several locations before ultimately ending up at the park. Although officials would not say whether he was buried or not, they confirmed that Tuesday's storm helped find his body.
Nicholson worked at Christine Sipherd Elementary School in Modesto, but left a year ago, Jamie Trevino, who says her kids go to the school, said in a Facebook comment.
Police located his auto in Riverbank and took him into custody without further incident. Matthew Nicholson then fled to his sister's house in a neighboring town, but was detained during a traffic stop while driving.
"My mom was a wonderful person, and loved her children", Autumn Nicholson said.
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Nicholson was booked into the Stanislaus County Jail on suspicion of homicide.