A Brooklyn man who was the prime suspect in the strangling of his adoptive mother is back in New York to face charges in the killing.
Jayvon Mulzac, 28, was extradited to New York from Massachusetts Thursday, police said.
Mulzac was wanted in the death of 70-year-old Noreen Mulzac on July 17, authorities said.
He was arrested twice in early August in Pittsfield, Mass. for disturbing the peace and breaking and entering, The Berkshire Eagle reported.
Mulzac was yelling “I killed this b—-h” and “I’m going to kill again” when he was nabbed, according to the paper.
Noreen Mulzac, a retired nurse, was found dead in her Canarsie home with a shirt and a purse strap wrapped around her neck. Her ankles were tied with an electrical cord and bedsheets.
That wasn’t the first time the septuagenarian was terrorized by her adopted son.
In 2006, Mulzac was arrested for beating and robbing his mother with two other men.
He pleaded guilty to criminal possession of stolen property and served three years in prison.
Cops said Mulzac was arrested six times between 2005 and 2009 for resisting arrest and weapons possession.