AUGUSTA (AP) – A teenager will spend 33 years in prison for killing his mother after an argument about missing marijuana.
Lukas Mironovas appeared in court Thursday for sentencing in Augusta.
Police said another teenager helped Mironovas strangle his mother, Kimberly, before Mironovas stabbed her in the neck.
According to the Associated Press, he will serve the first 18 months of his sentence at Long Creek Youth Development Center in South Portland before being transferred to another facility.
Documents said the killing happened in April 2018 after the mom confronted her son and two teenage friends about the missing pot.