92-Year-Old Mom Accused Of Killing Son Who Wanted To Put Her In Nursing Home.

After her son disclosed intentions to move her to a care facility, a 92-year-old granny shot and killed him. 

According to police records, Anna Mae Blessing resided with her 72-year-old son and his partner and had been debating her son’s intentions to put her in care for “a few days.” 

Blessing, of Fountain Hills, Arizona, recovered two guns prior to concealing them in a dressing gown’s pockets. 

In her son’s bedroom, she confronted him and shot him in the neck and jaw. Blessing then attempted to shoot his 57-year-old girlfriend, but she was caught and both weapons were taken from her. The girlfriend ran out from the house and called the cops after the tragic occurrence. When the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office arrived at the residence, Blessing was sitting in a reclining chair in her bedroom. 

The senior appears in court for the first time has shown in the footage. She is wearing an orange jumpsuit and is seated in a wheelchair. Blessing only spoke to verify her name and date of birth before being wheeled to sign legal documents and nodded to indicate her understanding. 

According to the pensioner, her son informed her that she had “become impossible to live with” and that she should go into an assisted living facility. 

“You took mine like, so I’m taking yours,” Blessing shouted as she was taken out of the house by the cops. She then admitted to authorities that she deserved to be “put to sleep” for her acts and that she had planned to commit herself. Blessing is accused with murder in the first degree, aggravated assault, and abduction. The amount of her bail has been set at $500,000. 

Anna Mae Blessing,was arrested and taken to Maricopa County Jail, died in hospice care. The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office filed a request to dismiss the case without prejudice, claiming her death as the reason, however it was unclear when she died. 

Blessing suffered a stroke on November 9 and was quickly transferred to hospice care, where she stayed until her death. Due to her failing health, Blessing, who turned 93 in November, has missed several court sessions since her arrest. 

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