Not really sure what to say about much of this. But Matt White former Penn State basketball star was drafted by the Portland Trailblazers in 1979 and currently holds the record for field goal percentage among players with a minimum of 250 made field goals.
Matthew White, 53, of Nether Providence, Delaware County, was asleep in their rancher when his wife, Maria Rey Garcia-Pellon stabbed him in the neck in the early hours on Monday, the records say.
According to the records, Garcia-Pellon went in the kitchen in the couple’s home on the 800 block of Parkridge Drive, sometime around midnight. There, she retrieved a glass of water and two knives.
She returned to the bedroom and slipped the knives under her side of the bed. She took one of the knives out as her husband was asleep.
She stabbed him in the neck, the records allege.
White awoke and the two struggled briefly before he collapsed of his wounds.
“I’m dying, I’m dying,” he said, according to the court filing.
Garcia-Pellon then changed her clothes and left the house. She went to the home of a friend and told her White had allegedly been viewing pornography on a computer and she killed him, the records state.
The friend called 911.
“I caught him looking at pornography, young girls, I love kids,” Garcia-Pellon told investigators. “I had to do it.”
Police found White dead in his bed, according to court records.
Garcia-Pellon was charged Monday night with first degree murder, criminal homicide and possession of an instrument of crime.
She is being held without bail in Delaware County jail and is scheduled for a preliminary court hearing on Feb. 18.