A New Mexico man attempted to set his incapacitated spouse ablaze on the grounds that he was furious he didn’t meet all requirements for a coronavirus-related improvement check, police asserted.
Cops captured, Joe Macias, 63, this past Wednesday after he got into a contention with his better half and purportedly splashed her with fuel, the Albuquerque Journal revealed.
The man was upset for not qualify for the stimulus check
The spouse told police that Macias had gotten back home around 5 p.m. with a four-pack of lager, “upset since he didn’t fit the bill for the upgrade check.”
Macias tossed gas on his better half and their manufactured house, police said.
The spouse told officials Macias pulled out a cigarette and attempted to light it a few times however was ineffective on the grounds that fuel jumped on the lighter.
Police said officials later discovered Macias strolling down the road wearing fuel doused garments. Officials likewise found the lady, with her hair and night wear absorbed fuel, on the floor inside a close by trailer.
Macias was accused of endeavored murder, hijacking and irritated battery against a family unit part.
It wasn’t promptly clear on the off chance that he had a lawyer who could talk for his sake.