Luis Martin Pages is a Florida man accused of shooting and murdering his mother, identified as Miriam Gonazalez, at their North Miami Beach home on September 6. Pages called police officials after committing the alleged murder and told them that he had “lost him.” “And he shot his mother in a house in the Miami area, according to police report. Miriam Gonzalez, 59, was found dead at the scene. Pages allegedly told the officer at the crime scene:” I killed her. Put me in jail. ”
Luis Martin Pages Age
He is 29 years old.
Luis Martin Pages Shot His Mother Dead
Pages lived with his mother Miriam Gonzalez in a North Miami Beach Apartment and was looking for work on Sunday, September 6th. He asked his mother for car keys to go looking for work. His mother did not give him the keys to the car and said that since Labor Day was the weekend nothing would be open and would cause controversy.
The pages allegedly told the police that her mother threatened her with a knife. He then asked him for the remote control of the air conditioner, and when he didn’t deliver it, he shot it at that moment. The report notes that the fight included a discussion about an orange juice jar stored in the refrigerator.
Gonzalez’s brother told WTVJ-TV that the two “always argue”.
Pages said he shot his mother several times and emptied the gun. Pages told them he wanted to shoot himself later, but he used all the bullets, according to investigators. He called 911 instead.
Luis Martin Pages Charges
Prisoner records show that he was arrested and held at the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami just after midnight September 7. He is charged with second degree murder.
@myNMBPolice is releasing the official arrest affidavit report regarding NMBPD CASE#2020-0906-07. Luis Martin Pages was charged with 2nd degree Murder. No other information is available at this time. #600 pic.twitter.com/mhzKdn6uWY
— North Miami Beach PD (@myNMBPolice) September 8, 2020
According to the records on the Miami-Dade County Court Clerk website, the judge ruled not to provide guarantees, and a lawyer was appointed to Pages’s case in the office of the public attorney.
Pages made a written “not guilty” claim through his lawyer. He waived his right to pre-trial conference. It is unclear when Pages will go to court.