Florida Man Attempts Murder-Suicide, Realizes He’s Out Of Bullets

Luis Pages, 29, is accused of killing his mother during an argument over her car and orange juice. (North Miami Beach Police)

Florida man kills mother in argument over orange juice, car

Sep 8. 2020

NORTH MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (CBS12) — A man told police he just lost it when he shot his mother to death during an argument in North Miami Beach.

According to police, Luis Martin Pages, 29, called 911 on Sunday afternoon to say he killed his mother.

Pages told police they had an argument after he asked to borrow her car to look for a job. He said she told him “no” since it’s Labor Day and everything would be closed. He then grabbed a jar of orange juice out of the refrigerator.

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He said she took it from him and threw it out.

According to the arrest report, the argument escalated to the point where Pages pulled a gun out of his pocket and shot his mother.

He told police he didn’t know how many times he shot her, but that he fired all the bullets, and normally kept six bullets in the gun.

Police said Pages then tried to shoot himself but realized his gun was empty, according to the report. Source [Fair Use.]


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