Son suspected of killing mother in Golden Hills made suicidal statements the day before, report said

Posted at 11:39 AM, Jan 17, 2020
and last updated 2020-01-17 14:47:59-05

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Reports filed with the Kern County Superior Court claim that Madison Adams, the man suspected of killing his mother Guadalupe Adams in Golden Hills, made suicidal statements the day before.

According to the report, during the investigation, a friend of Madison Adams told police Madison made suicidal statements the before he allegedly killed his mother inside her home in Golden Hills.

The report shows that Madison was living at home with his mother during the time of her killing. Officers responded to the home on Quail Springs Road on Jan. 8 after Guadalupe's daughter, Jaquelin Tirado reported she found blood on her mother's bed.

Tirado told officers she had gone to check on her mother after she had not shown up for work that day. According to the report, officers entered the home and found Guadelupe dead in her bedroom bathroom. A coroner's report shows that Guadalupe had been shot multiple times.

The report said Guadelupe's silver 2017 Nissan Rouge was missing from the home. Tirado told deputies that seemed odd because Madison "does not general drive her vehicle and ubers everywhere," the report states.

Tirado called Madison and told him to come home, according to the report. She said Madison told her he would be home in an hour but after three hours, he was still gone, the report said.

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An Emergency ping of Madison's cell phone was conducted and showed Madison was driving through Barstow towards Baker. According to Tirado, Madison has a girlfriend living in Las Vegas.
On Jan 9, around 6:30 p.m. the California Highway Patrol stopped Madison driving a vehicle near Primm, Nevada. An officer-involved shooting occurred and Madison was killed.