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MASON, MI – Police have arrested a Wheatfield Township teenager after they say he fatally shot his mother after she told him he couldn’t keep a puppy.

Andrew Willson, 19, called police around 7 a.m. Friday to report he had come home from a drive to find his mother, 51-year-old Lisa Willson, murdered in her bedroom.

When police arrived at the home, they found the woman dead in her bed with a gunshot to the head. (that sentence came out like a fucked up Cat in the Hat)

However, police determined that there were no signs of anyone else being in the home aside from Andrew and his mother. When questioned about this, Andrew eventually cracked and admitted he had shot his mother.

He told detectives that the two had argued that night over a puppy he had brought home a week or so earlier. He said his mother told him he could no longer keep the puppy in the home and would have to take it to his father’s.

Andrew said he waited until his mother was asleep before going into her room and shooting her in the back of the head with a .22 caliber rifle. He then drove around some back roads where he discarded the weapon and returned home to make his 911 call.

Police arrested Andrew and charged him with murder and felony firearm possession. He is currently behind bars with no bond and a preliminary hearing scheduled for Sept. 28.

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  • sugarpie

    Okay – Okay, keep the puppy.

  • Well that showed her didnt it…mine still doesnt want me having kitties..i got 7 to keep her pissed off

  • Taster’sChoice

    That’s some ‘anger issues’ shit right there.

  • Isabelle Anne Abraham

    What happened to the puppy? 🙁

  • I mean…. I really like dogs too. Im just not sure i could murder over one.

  • Well, what kind of puppy are we talking here? Let’s be reasonable

  • Where’s the puppy now?

  • itsknotme

    What ever happened to the good olde days when you couldn’t wait to turn 18 and move out to your own place?

  • DW

    Because the reality of the society we live in seriously hampers many young people’s ability to do that.

  • Well, clearly she deserved it. Don’t come between someone and their dog.

  • 19 years old….maybe he could have moved out of mom’s house and then he would have been able to keep that puppy.

  • Old Man Metal

    Let’s see what happens when he finds out he can’t have a puppy in jail either.

  • Taster’sChoice

    Nonsense. Moving out of your parent’s house is attainable. Today’s youth just prefers a path of lesser resistance (as a whole) …. or so it seems.

  • Taster’sChoice

    Don’t make the millennial own this. Everybody knows it’s his mom’s fault. /sarcasm off

  • now he’s got no mommy nor a puppy either.

  • Sejanus

    Zero fucks given from that prick.

  • Captain Insano

    Having A Dog Would Be Fun, Let Me Keep It Or I’ll Get My Gun

  • Leslie Mashmann

    Wow – sounds like a stable kid. Someone should have seen years ago that this kid had big time anger issues,

  • As always, the truth lies somewhere in the middle.

    Yes, it has become harder to move out. A couple generations ago, teenagers could move into positions (fast food, retail) that had been primarily occupied by young people, and allowed them the means to put themselves through college or rent an apartment. These days, because of the lack of living wages, there are enough adults working these jobs that used to be staffed by young people as a second or third, that teens can’t move into them at the rate they used to, prolonging their stay in the nest.

    But, they are also less encouraged to leave. The Baby Boomers and older Gen Xers who had children have been gripped by previously unseen levels of fear about letting kids be independent. Instead, these kids have grown up with supervised play dates and super structured schedules that kept them out of harm’s way. This does not teach a kid how to be an adult. This does the opposite of teaching them how to thrive.

    You combine those factors, and you’ve got record numbers of kids living at home into adulthood.

  • Elizabeth McCarthy

    I hope the puppy didn’t witness any of that. Where IS the puppy, anyway?

  • Nineteen? Looks thirteen. With the emotional maturity of a toddler.

  • Leah Jacobs

  • Jesse Kretkowski

    Soooooo, did he get to keep it?

  • That’s a doggone shame. Parents have no say-so in their own home anymore. Our society has gone to the dogs.

  • you are fresh hahahah

  • Diva of Destruction

    DRUGS. When you’re strung out this seems like a normal response to being told you can’t keep a puppy. Burn in hell puppy boy.

  • Inferus

    Wonder how he would have house trained the dog.

  • Inferus

    Who cares. He’s the bitch now.

  • Heather4877

    Seriously! Something tells me he’s not the type to do well with puppy training..he just doesn’t seem to have the temperament for it.

  • BLRII

    If he had gotten away with murdering his mother, he and the puppy would have had to live with his father. So, what was gained here?

  • I got a giggle out of ‘puppy boy’.