A woman accused of killing her son-in-law -- and saying she'd do it again -- was expected to appear in court Tuesday for a preliminary hearing.
Instead, the judge ordered Cynthia Cdebaca, 63, to undergo a mental competency evaluation.
Deputies responded to Braemer Terrace in Fallbrook's gated Peppertree Park community on the morning of Feb. 11. Geoward Flores Eustaquio, 53, was found shot to death at the home he shared with his wife, children and mother-in-law.
Cdebaca told the authorities that her son-in-law made a comment about her outfit before the shooting. She fired at Eustaquio at least 15 times, stopping twice to reload, according to prosecutors.
She then went to Denny's for breakfast, gambled at Pechanga Resort & Casino, purchased cigarettes at a liquor store and visited a Fallbrook coffee shop, where she was ultimately arrested.
Eustaquio was a military reservist, a real estate agent and a rugby coach for local kids.
The victim’s sons told NBC 7 that their father and grandmother often clashed over his “tough love” parenting style.
Cdebaca’s hearing has been rescheduled for Aug. 6.