Detroit teen Delilah Evans received a sentence to life in prison without parole for killing her mother on Christmas day in 2016.
WXYZ Detroit News reports, Evans was found guilty but mentally ill of the first degree premeditated murder of 45-year-old Sonia Riang.
Riang was wheelchair-bound after a car accident years ago. Relatives of Evans say that she had a history of mental health despite never being diagnosed with it.
Evans brother recalls hearing the teen talk about having a dark angel, hearing voices and talked about someone killing their mother on Christmas day
According to police, Evans ran from the apartment after killing her mother. She was found and arrested at a 7-eleven near the Clinton Township apartment she lived in.
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(Source: WXYZ Detroit News)
(Photo Credit: Macomb County Sherrif’s Office)