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A Connecticut man on probation for stabbing his cousin is now charged with killing his mother and showed “no emotion” when detectives told him she was dead, police said.
Thomas Walker, 31, was charged with murder Friday after entering the Stratford Police Department and telling an officer he was about to “expose a body,” reports the Connecticut Post.
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His mother Pamela Walker
Walker had scratches on his face and appeared to have blood on his sneakers at the time, police said. Later, authorities found the body of her mother, Pamela Walker, in the Stratford home they shared on Baird Street with multiple stab wounds to the neck and chest, police said.
Walker told investigators that the couple had a “fight” but said he couldn’t remember what happened next, claiming that he had changed and gone to the train station. Police, reports the newspaper.
“We informed Thomas that his mother was found dead in her home,” police said. “He showed no emotion.
A judge set a $ 2 million bond for Walker, who was sued for the video in Bridgeport on Monday. During the trial, she appeared impassive as she leaned her head against the bars of a court cell, the newspaper reported.
General Kevin Dunn said
“The state has a very strong case against Mr. Walker,” said Assistant Attorney General Kevin Dunn.
A judge also noted that Walker was on probation when he allegedly stabbed his mother for a few months after repeatedly stabbing his cousin in a Bridgeport home last year.
“This is a disturbing and sad case,” said Supreme Court Justice Tracy Lee Dayton.
Walker later pleaded guilty in December to a second-degree assault in the attack on his cousin. He was sentenced to six months in prison and three years of probation, the Connecticut Post reports.
Walker’s sister told investigators that she had previously contacted her supervisor about psychological treatment, police said.