“Make me a snack”… Son in his 40s who beat his mother to death, ‘drinking’ again after going out

A man in his 40s who was charged with beating his mother to death for refusing to make snacks was handed over to the prosecution.

The Seogwipo Police Station announced on the 26th that it had arrested A (41) on suspicion of causing injury to a person and sent him to the prosecution.

According to the police, Mr. A is accused of assaulting his mother (60s) Mr. B to death in an apartment complex in Donghong-dong, Seogwipo-si around 7:00 pm on the 18th.

At the time, it was found that Mr. A reported to the police, “When I returned home, my mother was unconscious and collapsed.” When rescue authorities arrived, it was reported that Mr. B was already dead.

The police were suspicious of the wounds near the head of Mr. B and the fact that the inside of the house was disturbed, and judged that there was a suspicion of murder, and arrested Mr. A on the same night.

As a result of the police investigation, it was found that Mr. A had an argument with Mr. B that day, and that he eventually exercised violence. Mr. A was found to have made a statement to the effect of “I pushed her mother while arguing” and “I admit to hitting her, but I didn’t know she would die.”

The police believe that the argument started when Mr. A, who was drinking alone, asked, “Please make me a snack,” but Mr. B refused.

In addition, it is reported that Mr. A assaulted Mr. B and then went out of the house and drank with acquaintances.

As a result of the autopsy on Mr. B, which was conducted on the 19th, the cause of death was confirmed as death due to brain damage.

Reporter Kim Soo-yeon [email protected]

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