In August, Charles Michael Haywood’s mother brought him to the hospital when he allegedly came home with a bad cut on his hand.
The next day, she brought her 22-year-old son to the police station after seeing him on the news as a murder suspect in connection with the death of Margaret Bracey, 42, at a hemp store in Surf City, N.C., search warrants show, a Pender County Court Clerk confirms to PEOPLE.
At about 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 24, Haywood walked into Exotic Hemp Company with a bandana around his neck and a backpack on and can be seen studying a pamphlet in surveillance photos, according to the Surf City Police Department.
Haywood was allegedly armed with a “lethal cutting instrument,” according to an incident report, WWAY reports.
Authorities have not said whether that weapon was used or how Bracey died, according to the incident report.
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SOURCE: PEOPLE, KC Baker