Kyriakos Georghiou signed letter envelope set

Kyriakos Georghiou signed letter envelope set


A Houston man who authorities say had repeatedly assaulted his mother remained in jail, after prosecutors allege he decapitated her and inflicted several nonfatal stab wounds on his father at their home, where he was barred from being.

Kyriakos Savvas Georghiou’s mother had a protective order in place and he wasn’t supposed to be at the parents’ house, prosecutors said. He had been accused of punching the 76-year-old woman in the face in April.

His attorney, Jeffrey Wilner, said Georghiou’s parents posted his $10,000 bail in a assault case and were getting him mental health treatment at a facility in Houston. Georghiou had been in jail since the alleged assault.

“The mother loved him. His dad loved him. … I’m just in shock,” Wilner said Monday, adding that he “would have called the police and told his dad not to bond him out” if he had any idea that Georghiou would be a danger to his family.

Georghiou, 27, allegedly went to his parents’ house on Friday and started stabbing Jane Georghiou, said Carvana Cloud, a prosecutor with the district attorney’s office in Harris County, Texas.

When Costas Georghiou tried to protect his wife, he was stabbed several times in the face and chest, Cloud said.

Kyriakos Georghiou left his parents’ home and his father went to get help. But Georghiou came back with a second knife while the father was away, the prosecutor said.

The letter and envelope are both handwritten. The letter is signed, Kyriakos Georghiou.

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