New York | On Tuesday, US federal justice announced the arrest of a young man accused of killing his mother in 2016 off the coast of New England in order to inherit his family’s property and property.
Nathan Karman, 28, of Vermont in North America, is accused, among other things, of killing his mother, Linda Karman, whose body was never found, and sinking their boat after an alleged part of fishing in the Atlantic off the coast of Rhode Island in 2016. .
At the time, the defendant was found unharmed on a dinghy eight days after he went to sea with his mother.
A statement from the US Department of Justice said the young man was arrested on Tuesday and must appear on Wednesday in federal court in Vermont.
He faces life in prison for premeditated murder and up to 30 years in prison if convicted of financial insurance fraud.
In addition, since 2013, Nathan Karman has been suspected, but never charged, of shooting his grandfather, John Chucklos, at his property in Connecticut, another small New England state in the northeast of the United States.
US Justice suspects that these two crimes were part of a scheme to obtain money and take possession of John Chalklos’ property and family money.