Son Arrested In Gruesome Fatal Stabbing Of Parents At Sonoma County Home After …

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California man suspected of killing parents in Sonoma County home in custody.

The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office said 34-year-old Nathan Alexander Wilson was taken into custody around 4:30 p.m. local time, after someone called into the Mendocino Sheriff’s Office saying they saw his truck parked along Tomki Road in the Redwood Valley area of Mendocino County. SEBASTOPOL, Calif. (AP) — Authorities launched a manhunt across California’s North Coast for the son of a Sebastopol area couple found stabbed to death Monday in their home who was seen on the property covered in blood.A manhunt is underway for a man suspected of killing his parents Monday morning at their residence in the Twin Hills area of unincorporated Sonoma County outside Sebastopol, according to the sheriff’s office.

When first approached by police, officers said the man lied about his name, but the Ukiah PD Officers identified Wilson by the California Driver’s License in his pocket. Wilson is being held in the Mendocino County Jail and awaits extradition to Sonoma County to face charges in the murder of his parents, David Wilson and Adrianne Chapin.

Wilson was arrested after a person in Redwood Valley, an unincorporated community north of Ukiah, called 911 at about 4:30 p.m. and reported seeing a man matching Wilson’s description walking on Tomki Road, Sgt. Deputies responded to a home outside of Sebastopol, Calif. after receiving a report that a relative thought his nephew had just killed his brother and sister-in-law, KTVU reported. Wilson had struggled with mental health issues known to friends of his family, according to several people who said they were close the Wilsons, the Santa Rosa Press Democrat ( reported. The couple struggled to help him and his sister over the years, troubles that their mother shared with friends at the women’s spiritual circles she attended, said Chapin’s friend, Jane Eagle. “She’d bring them to the hospital and of course they’d let them go,” Eagle said. “For the last two years, her life has been completely structured around trying to help her kids.” Copyright © 2015 by Bay City News, Inc. … republication, retransmission or reuse without the express written consent of Bay City News, Inc. is prohibited.

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