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Man Charged With First Degree Murder For Stabbing His Mother

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A Tulsa man has been charged with first degree murder Monday for allegedly stabbing his mother to death.

Tulsa Police responded to a woman found wounded on her porch at 3:33 Friday, Oct. 5.

Veronica Stick was found with a stab wound and transported by EMSA to St. John's Hospital. She was pronounced dead there.

Police arrested her son, William Matthew Stick, 20.

Officers found him at 2900 S. Peoria a few hours after the victim was discovered.

In the police report, officers noticed an "apparent blood stain" on the accused's jeans.

According to the report, as officers were taking him into custody, William Stick 'kneed' one of the officers and refused to comply with their orders.  He is also being charged with assault and battery on a police officer.

Police are still investigating and a motive for the attack is still unknown.

 

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