‘Sorry my first killing was clumsy’: Son arrested in brutal shooting murder of parents

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — A man has been arrested in the shooting murder of his parents in San Jose.

Hasib Bin Golamrabbi, in his early 20s, was arrested Thursday morning for his parents’ grisly murder and is being held without bail, according to KNTV.

Golam and Shamima Rabbi, 59 and 57, were found shot to death Sunday in their home with chilling messages written on the floor and wall near the bodies, a source told KNTV.

“Sorry my first killing was clumsy” and “I can’t be like you, telling a lie. I can’t love someone without telling them,” were reportedly seen written in black marker in the home.

Hasib was missing until he was found Wednesday night in Tracy, California, KNTV reports.

A source told KNTV the parents didn’t approve of their son’s sexual orientation.

The Bangledeshi-born couple lived in San Jose for last 30 years, and with Hasib and their other child, a 17-year-old high school student, for 15 years, according to KNTV.