SUGAR LAND, TX- In a quiet Sugar Land neighborhood, a woman was tragically killed, allegedly at the hands of her own son. The incident, which took place on Thursday, led to a brief lockdown of the area by local law enforcement. The Sugar Land Police Department reported that they received a distress call at 2:29 p.m. from the 2000 block of Avana Glen Lane, located in the Glen Laurel neighborhood near West Airport Boulevard and east of Highway 6.
The victim, a 55-year-old woman, was reportedly attacked by her son, a man in his late 20s. Police reports indicate that the woman was stabbed multiple times by her son. Despite her injuries, she managed to flee to a neighboring house, where the authorities were alerted.
Emergency medical personnel, including a Life Flight team, were dispatched to the scene. Despite their best efforts, which included performing CPR, the woman’s injuries were too severe. The Sugar Land Police Department confirmed that she was pronounced dead at the scene.
Following the incident, local residents reported a significant increase in police activity in the area. According to law enforcement, this was due to the belief that the suspect remained inside the home he shared with his mother, where the violent incident allegedly occurred.
However, in a surprising turn of events, the suspect turned himself into the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office. As of Thursday afternoon, he had not been formally charged.
The investigation into the tragic incident is still active. Police conducted a thorough search of the home to ensure no other individuals were present or in danger.
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