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Stepson Brutally Kills His Stepfather On Christmas In Gilbert, Arizona

Stepson Brutally Kills His Stepfather On Christmas In Gilbert, Arizona
A 48-year-old man was arrested and charged after allegedly fatally shooting his 80-year-old stepfather on Christmas. (Photo: True Crime Daily)

Man Kills His Stepfather On Christmas And Said He Should Have Done It Years Ago.

A 48-year-old man was put into jail and charged due to brutally shooting his 80-year-old stepdad on Christmas. On the 25th of December, at about 4:30 PM., The authorities of Gilbert got a call saying that a car had backed into a house near Recker and Warner roads, based on the announcement of the department in a news release.

When the authorities arrived, officers reportedly saw the victim with gunshot wounds in the car, who was dead at the time. Kaser, the prime suspect, and the victim’s stepson told the authority that he killed his stepfather and he should have done it a long time ago, according to the court documents.

Stepson Brutally Kills His Stepfather On Christmas In Gilbert, Arizona

A 48-year-old man was arrested and charged after allegedly fatally shooting his 80-year-old stepfather on Christmas. (Photo: True Crime Daily)

Stepson Shoots Stepfather Dead on Christmas

According to a published post by True Crime Daily, Kaser, the suspect, told the police that he was on his way to his house from a Christmas party with the victim and mother before the shooting. When they got home, Kaser allegedly got out of the car, grabbed a gun, and shot his stepfather dead.

The suspect said he has lost his patience for his stepfather after decades of physical and emotional abuse. Kaser was arrested and booked into the county jail of Mancora on the 26th of December for one count of homicide and one count of weapons and explosives.

 

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