Joy Johnston, Cox Media Group National Content Desk
A Hawaii man is accused of killing his mother, dismembering her body and storing the body parts in a freezer, according to court documents.
Yu Wei Gong, 26, was arrested April 11 after he called 911 and told the 911 dispatcher, "I killed my mom," according to Hawaii News Now. When officers arrived to the Waikiki apartment where Gong and his mother lived, and asked where his mother was, Gong replied, "In the fridge," according to court documents.
Officers found a large freezer in the apartment filled with several bags that appeared to contain human body parts, according to the police report. An autopsy revealed that Liu Yun Gong was killed by blunt force injuries to the head. Fingerprints were used to confirm her identity.
According to court documents, Gong told police that he killed his mother in September during an argument. Gong wanted to drop out of school to work, and his mother wanted him to stay in school, according to police.
Gong has been charged with second-degree murder and remains in custody with bail set at $2 million, according to The Associated Press.