Published: Sun, January 14, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Man Murders His Mother Over Broken Video Game

Man Murders His Mother Over Broken Video Game

Northern California authorities have detained a man on suspicion of murdering his mother with a gunshot over a wrecked video game headset. His mother, 68-year-old Lydia Nicholson, had entered to check on him after hearing him yelling while playing his game.

According to a report from the Ceres Police Department, 28-year-old Matthew Nicholson was playing video games in his room on Thursday night when he got upset and started yelling.

After threatening to kill both his mother and father, police say Nicholson used a handgun to shoot two rounds into the wall and then shot his mother in the head.

During the argument, Nicholson grabbed a gun and started shooting, police told KCRA 3 News.

Nicholson's father was able to wrestle the gun away, police say. "The father grabbed the gun, emptied it".

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Police located him driving his vehicle in Riverbank, pulled him over and took him into custody without further incident.

Yotsuya told FOX40 this was the second time in six months that police have been called to the home for a fight between Matthew Nicholson and his parents.

Police pulled up to the house on River Valley Circle just before 10 p.m. Paramedics followed and took Lydia Nicholson to a hospital, where she would soon die. Nicholson then ran out and began driving to a relative's home in Riverbank.

Matthew Nicholson's sister Autumn White paid tribute to their mom and expressed, "I will everlastingly adore you, my closest companion, my picked one, my forever, my eternity my defender, my inspiration, my approval, and now my gatekeeper blessed messenger".

Nicholson is being held without bail at Stanislaus County Jail.

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