A Connecticut man accused of executing his mom enlightened police horrendous insights regarding her demise.
Police records discharged Monday amid the Meriden Superior Court arraignment of 34-year-old Kyle Tucker told police he bashed his mom’s head with a slugger and after that copied her body in a fire pit for eight hours.
He is being hung on $5 million safeguard until the point that a June 19 court appearance.
Police said 60-year-old Donna Tucker, of Hamden, was accounted for missing Friday by her sister.
Kyle Tucker was accused of murder Saturday.
Police said they observed what they accept to be the remaining parts of Donna Tucker, alongside a crushed skull, in a fire pit. They said Tucker thought his mom was attempting to harm him.
Court records said he portrayed scouring the kitchen clean with synthetic substances and repainting a divider after he couldn’t wash off his mom’s blood. In a concession, Tucker stated, “God got into my body,” before he struck his mom.
Donna Tucker’s sister, Denise, educated specialists of her worries regarding Kyle Tucker’s emotional wellness.
A lawyer for Kyle Tucker has not been distinguished.
Police said another of Donna Tucker’s children reacted to police request about what occurred by saying, “My sibling executed my mom.