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Chad Maydwell arrested in connection with Juduth Maydwell’s death

Chad Maydwell, 30, has been arrested and will likely be charged with capital homicide in connection with the death of his 80-year-old grandmother, Juduth Maydwell.

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — A person will likely be charged with capital homicide after investigators stated he admitted to killing his grandmother at her Cypress-area house on Saturday.

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office stated deputies had been dispatched to the 16100 block of Golden Sands Drive, close to the intersection of West and Telge roads, to carry out a welfare examine after relations stated they discovered their 80-year-old grandmother useless in her house.

When authorities arrived, they stated they discovered a sliding glass door had been damaged and Juduth Maydwell useless on the lounge ground. She appeared to have suffered quite a few blunt drive trauma accidents.

When investigators began speaking to relations, they discovered that the sufferer’s 30-year-old grandson, Chad Maydwell, was wished by the Grimes County Sheriff’s Office in connection with the aggravated assault of his father that occurred on March 7.

Neighbors reported seeing Chad Maydwell’s car at Juduth’s house on Friday.

the HCSO Warrants Unit took on the duty of discovering Chad Maydwell and was in a position to find him on Sunday morning in the 12700 block of Jarvis Road, which is just some miles away from Juduth’s house. Authorities stated he fled into a close-by wooded space however was apprehended a short while later with the assistance of a Ok-9 unit and helicopters.

Authorities stated that when he was taken into custody, he admitted to assaulting his father and killing his grandmother.

Chad Maydwell was booked into the Harris County Jail and will likely be charged with capital homicide, based on HCSO authorities.

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