A man arrested for killing his wife at their California home told authorities that he did it because he had been infected with mayonnaise.
Kern County Sheriff Office deputies were called to Nathaniel Robertson, 46, and wife Lidia Robertson's home in Bakersfield on July 11.
Inside, deputies found the 57-year-old dead after suffering from major trauma.
They soon identified Robertson as a suspect and arrested him in Oildale, charging him with first degree murder and holding him on a $1million bond. He is scheduled back in court on July 31, 23ABC reports.
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Nathaniel Robertson, 46, claimed that powerful people were after his wife, 57-year-old Lidia Robertson, prompting him to bash her head in with a concrete block earlier in July
Robertson told authorities that he used a piece of concrete between 8 and 12 inches and hit his wife four times in the head, according to the affidavit.
The man also told deputies that he was getting his information from a 'time roll', adding that he didn't understand the science of what he was talking about.
He claimed that the people had infected his inner thigh with 'mayonnaise.' Robertson also said that whatever 'they' put in him was giving him information about the Revolutionary War (stock photo)
Robertson also said that he was fearful of 'powerful people' who were going to abuse his wife. He reportedly told authorities that he was on 'ice' - or crystal meth - to help with the difficulty he was having breathing.
He claimed that the people had infected his inner thigh with 'mayonnaise'.
Robertson also said that whatever 'they' put in him was giving him information about the Revolutionary War, according to Bakersfield.com.
But the man asserted that he loved his wife, calling her his best friend, the police report states. Robertson said that 'things were after her, so I did it first'.
'I didn't want it to be a painful thing,' Robertson added. 'I didn't want to hit her a bunch of times, I wanted to end it, I didn't want her suffering.'
Neighbors say that they heard the couple arguing from the home and witnesses say that they saw Robertson bring the concrete into his home.
Authorities said Robertson pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge or corporal injury on a spouse or cohabitant in 1994.
Neighbors say that they heard the couple arguing from their Bakersfield home and witnesses say that they saw Robertson bring the concrete into his home
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