Son, 30, charged with murdering dad as three relatives found unconscious near bottles of mystery liquid

A 30-YEAR-OLD son has been charged with murdering his dad as three relatives were found unconscious near bottles of mystery liquid.

Jaimie Walker was also charged with criminal possession of a weapon following the incident in Queens, New York, on Thursday morning.

Law enforcement officials did not release many details about Walker following his arrest, but an Instagram account for “Jaimie Walker” contains artwork of women being groped and smashed with a hammer. 

The account @jaimiewalker90 has a profile description that reads: “I'm a Future gamedev and I'm Learning how to draw so I can make my own concept art for future games.”

One drawing posted by @jaimiewalker90 in February 2015 depicts what appears to be a woman touching her stomach and covering an eye, as a man and another person touch parts of her body.

“Day 87 of my sketch a day challenge. Rigging the body,” the Instagram user wrote.

“When 3d modeling, rigging is when you start to put flesh on your model.”

In an August 2014 post, @jaimiewalker90 posted a drawing “by my gf” in which a person with a cape hit a woman in the head, with the caption, “Hammer Time!”

The account had dozens of other posts of drawings of women. 

Police responded to a morning 911 call of an “emotionally disturbed person” and found Walker acting “very incoherently” and making “statements that he had injured somebody inside of the apartment,” said Assistant Chief Joseph Kenny of the NYPD’s Detective Bureau.

Police found Loandows Walker, 72, in the bathroom of the Hempstead Avenue apartment with several stab wounds in his torso. 

The suspect’s father was pronounced dead at the scene.

Loandows Walker’s wife, Valda Walker, 70, and their son, 31, and daughter, 29, were found unconscious on a mattress in the living room with no apparent signs of trauma, and transported to a local hospital in critical condition. 

Cops found scissors in the hallway, but did not determine it was a weapon used in the murder, according to Kenny. 

The NYPD told The Sun that three bottles with a liquid that is not believed to be water were found at the scene.

The bottles appeared to have been drunk from, but officers are not sure what the substance was as of yet, they confirmed.

The victims were taken to an area hospital in critical condition.

Walker was taken into police custody and for a mental evaluation at Queens General Hospital.

Tanya Barrett, a niece of the stabbing victim who lives in Connecticut, told the Times she spoke to Valda Walker a day earlier and got no signs anything was awry.

“I asked, ‘How are the guys?’ And she said, ‘They are OK. Jamie is here, he’s on the computer and he’s OK,’” Ms Barrett said.

Barrett also said she had seen no warning sign that Jamie Walker might do be violent, adding: “This is not like him. Everybody in the family is asking, ‘What happened?’”

Ian Ramsey, a friend of the man who was killed, told the New York Post that he received a phone call following the incident.

"Right now, I’m confused. I couldn’t believe it," Ramsey said. "What could prompt something like that?"

He added that a neighbor had reported hearing "some noises."

"They know they do their chanting so they didn’t take it into consideration," Ramsey said, explaining that the family is known to chant for religious purposes.

Another tenant told the Post that the family were "a good, church-going family" and said they were "very surprised" by the news.

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