(Meredith) -- Police said a 29-year-old Michigan man stabbed his mother and stepfather after the couple asked him to turn off his video games.
Christopher McKinney faces several charges related to the Dec. 11 incident in Madison Heights, including assault with intent to murder and resisting arrest. Prosecutors could upgrade those charges as the stepfather died from his injuries four days after the attack.
Authorities said McKinney's 66-year-old mother and 71-year-old stepfather asked him to stop playing video games in their room so they could go to sleep. In response, McKinney allegedly punched his mother in the face, breaking her nose, and then hit the stepfather multiple times.
According to WDIV, the stepfather grabbed a knife from the kitchen while trying to defend himself and his wife. However, McKinney gained control of the knife and allegedly used it to stab the couple.
A neighbor found McKinney covered in blood in the hallway and contacted police, WDIV reported.
“He was laying down in the hallway, and he had blood all over him,” Madison Heights Police Chief Corey Haines told the station. “There was blood everywhere -- all over the walls, the ceilings, the hallway."
While trying to arrest him, police said McKinney resisted and spat at officers. He also allegedly assaulted a fire lieutenant who was administering first aid.
McKinney is being held on $510,000 bond at the Oakland County Jail.