A high school kid has been blamed for pounding the life out of his mom with a sledge then messaging photos of her carcass.

Andrew Zaragoza, 16, is accused of killing his mom Donna at their home in Bel Air, Maryland, on July 20.

Police say he beat the 56-year-old to death on a bed in one room at that point cut her in the neck and chest.

He at that point secured himself another room in the house where he cut and scratched himself in a clear endeavor to take his own particular life.

Sooner or later amid the executing, Zaragoza messaged photos of his mom’s cadaver to an associate.

It is uncertain whether they called the police or but rather officers touched base at the home at 6.30am and discovered Ms Zaragoza’s body on a bed lying by the ridiculous mallet.

Andrew was still inside the home at the time. Police additionally found a suicide note he’d composed which clarified his mom’s murder and uncovered his intends to take his own life.

Once in guardianship, police say he admitted to the murdering, revealing to one officer: ‘My mother was taking pills at the beginning of today, she hit me and I killed her,”‘ as indicated by ABC2 News.

The adolescent likewise disclosed to them he drank blanch before they arrived.

He has been accused of first and second degree murder, first and second degree attack, and utilization of risky weapon with goal to harm and he will be attempted as a grown-up.

The young person is being held without safeguard.

At his initially court appearance, the young person’s legal counselor said he had been the casualty of mental and physical manhandle for quite a long time and that he killed his mom in striking back after she hit him.

Police had been called to the home ordinarily in the past for occurrences identifying with drugs and psychological wellness issues.

Andrew’s dad as of late kicked the bucket of a medication overdose there as did his uncle. It is uncertain whether his mom was a medication someone who is addicted.

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