Man Seen On Camera Admitting To Killing His Sister


A former college football player was detained for murder after the Texas authorities claimed this week that he confessed to killing his pregnant sister in a video with doorbell cameras.

Michael Egwuagu, 25, was arrested on a murder charge - a stunning turn for the once widely admired University of Texas-San Antonio defensive captain, who went by the nickname "Egg". A short time later, they say Egwuagu exited the home in bloody clothes, smiling and holding a kitchen knife.

Deputies asked to come to a house in Pflugerville, northeast of Austin, just before 5 p.m. on Friday, sources told. According to the arrest report of the Travis County Sheriff's Office, his confessional statement had already been made when he left the house of Ebichi, captured by the doorbell camera.

The horrific crime unfolded while Ebichi's two children were in the house, investigators say.

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In the last ben said, "It's not something we expected to happen here". Egwuagu was Jennifer Ebichi's brother. He told police he had seen an Ebichi boy soaked in blood in the front yard, along with the woman Ebichi had asked for help.

And outside the home, he told police, his brother was kneeling on the ground as though praying, the paper reported.

Michael Egwuagu, 25, is accused of killing his sister, Jennifer Chima Ebichi, 32, on Friday at his sister's house in Pflugerville, Texas, Fox News reported. Martin Egwuagu reportedly picked up the children and then confronted his brother, who described him as "one of the good guys".

She reportedly texted another sibling to say that their brother was having a crisis and saying odd things, according to the Austin-American Statesman. He is being held at the Travis County Jail on $500,000 bond.