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Del City Grandfather Charged With First Degree Murder For Grandson's Death

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Caldwell has been charged with first degree murder, assault and battery, kidnapping, indecent exposure and possession of a dangerous substance. Caldwell has been charged with first degree murder, assault and battery, kidnapping, indecent exposure and possession of a dangerous substance.
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Last month, 56-year-old Lochinvar Caldwell Jr. was arrested for allegedly shooting and killing his 15-year-old grandson, Jaquelin Caldwell. Now, Caldwell has been charged with first degree murder, along with four other charges.

3/23/2014 Related Story:Del City Grandfather Accused Of Killing Grandson

On March 21, 2014, Del City Police responded to a report of a fight in the 2700 block of Eagle Drive. Officers said Caldwell acted delusional and went on a violent rampage, assaulting neighbors as he was naked. After Caldwell was detained, his 17-year-old granddaughter told officers her grandfather murdered her brother. Investigators found Jaquelin dead in a bedroom from a gunshot wound.

3/25/2014 Related Story: Family: Del City Man Thought Grandson Was Possessed Prior To Killing

The granddaughter said Caldwell thought Jaquelin was possessed by the devil. Police said Caldwell may have been on Phencyclidine, also known as PCP.

4/1/2014 Related Story: Police: Del City Murder Suspect Was Possibly Under Influence Of PCP

Caldwell was charged Monday with murder in the first degree, assault and battery for striking Refugio Munoz several times in the head, kidnapping for confining his granddaughter in the residence, indecent exposure and possession of a dangerous substance.

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