On Nov. 29, a 21-year- old Matthew Sisley fatally stabbed and killed his mother in their home in Kissimmee. Sisley confessed that he killed his mother because she never encouraged him to become a man; the suspect shows no guilt after murdering his mother.
Murder with No Remorse
The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office responded to Sisley’s home in Kissimmee on Tuesday after receiving a stabbing report. Authorities discovered Sisley’s mother’s lifeless body with knife wounds in her stomach. Her daughter, Sisley’s sister, has severe hand cuts.
Authorities identified Matthew as the suspect, and he was reportedly apprehended near the crime scene.
When asked why he killed his mother during the interview, Matthew stated that she does not push him to become a man. She stated that he has no regrets about what he did and that if given a chance, he would do it again. He said he did not mean to hurt his sister; a source posted that he accidentally stabbed her sister.
Sisley was arrested and booked into the Osceola County Jail on charges of premeditated murder and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, and he is currently being held without bond.
Dead Man’s Body Found in Kissimmee
A missing man’s body was discovered in a swampy area about a mile from his home in Kissimmee. Herman McClenton Sr., 73, has been missing since Thanksgiving, and authorities confirmed that the clothes the deceased wears are the same as when McClenton was last seen.
The man has dementia and was visiting Emerald Island Resort with his family when he went for a walk and never returned. The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office released surveillance video taken at the resort of McClenton Sr.The family was hoping to find the old man, and they continued searching for him.