Man Murders Grandma & Beats Grandpa With Hammer – Calls Maid to Help Clean Up

Florida man Anthony Corrado, 34, of Naples, is in the Collier County Jail after allegedly taking a hammer, beating his grandmother to death, and severely beating his grandfather. According to deputies, after Corrado was finished, he called a maid to help him clean up a “real mess.”

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The housekeeper arrived at the home on 16th Street Northeast in Golden Gate Estates and found Corrado covered in blood and the dead woman’s body in a bedroom inside the house. She told Corrado she would get cleaning supplies but drove away and notified a Collier County Sheriff’s Office deputy.

Anthony Michael Corrado

Deputies immediately responded to the residence, where they located the deceased female. They found the male victim in another room, wrapped in a blanket with severe trauma to his head. He was flown by a medical helicopter to a trauma center. His current condition is unknown.

A hammer with blood on it was located on a kitchen countertop. Blood was on the walls and floors inside the residence.

Deputies located Corrado standing outside the residence with blood on his clothing, and he was taken into custody.

The female victim was identified as Mary Schiavone, and the male victim was identified as Tony Schiavone.

“This individual is in our custody thanks to the swift response by deputies and the quick-thinking reporter who was able to get herself out of the residence and alert law enforcement,” Sheriff Kevin Rambosk said.

Deputies said Mary Schiavone had taken out an order of protection against her grandson in 2018 due to domestic violence.

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Corrado was transported to the Collier County Jail and charged with second-degree murder and aggravated battery on a person over 65.

He is currently being held without bond.

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