Florida Teen Murders Mom, Beloved Teacher, on Christmas Eve


(SOURCE)  Police say the two had been arguing since September, but that a particularly heated argument caused a Florida teen to murder his mother on Christmas Eve. Brandon and Sharon Aydelott had apparently spent several hours in a war of words before the stabbing occurred.

Brandon Aydelott loved baseball. He was a varsity player at Gulf Breeze High School who also played in the Golden Gloves competition circuit, which regularly saw scouts from Division 1 schools. The 17-year-old senior could throw a 99 mph fastball — although he averaged about 80 — and also played shortstop. Police say a baseball bat played a part in the murder.

Sharon was a Pensacola native and a single mom. She attended high school and college in Alabama and moved back to become a beloved comprehensive science teacher at Holley-Navarre Middle School. Her body was found around 6 p.m. on Tuesday by a friend who stopped by the house on 1119 Crane Cove Blvd. in Gulf Breeze. The visitor first noticed a front door that was open and smeared with blood before coming across the deceased.

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5 thoughts on “Florida Teen Murders Mom, Beloved Teacher, on Christmas Eve

  1. thank God we still have some civil restraint in the form of policemen and firemen. Can’t imagine what our society would look without them. Who in their right mind wants to hold onto this world and its increasing violence, John saw a new heaven and a new earth coming down out of heaven from God, this is the one that I’m longing for .

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