Linden man suspected of killing mother dies suddenly
Hosia Ajadai, the Linden man suspected of having brutally killed his mother, died suddenly Friday morning, Police Commander Hugh Winter has told the News Room.
Winter said the man, who was thought to have been living with a mental illness, complained of feeling unwell and was taken to the McKenzie Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at around 08:00 hrs.
Ajadai was taken into custody on Tuesday night when the police found him in his home with the battered body of his mother.
Winter said Ajadai was never placed in the lockups but was placed on a bench in the inquires area of the Police station. An autopsy is expected to be conducted.
Ajadai lived at Kara Kara, Linden with his mother Wanda Patricia Wilson, 56.
On Tuesday night, Wilson was founded in her home with a door atop her body. Her body bore marks of violence and her head and face appeared to have been smashed in.
Police suspected that she was killed by Ajadai.
Just after the gruesome discovery, Police said Ajadai was taken to the Linden Hospital Complex, where he was examined by the doctor who acknowledged that both victim and suspect were patients at the said institution.