A woman in northern Louisiana fatally stabbed T’Qarontarion “TQ” Harrison, eldest brother of Kansas City Chiefs cornerback L’Jarius Sneed, Friday night.

Police Chief Steve Cropper said that Harrison, who was 32 at the time of death, “died from a single stab wound to his back, that punctured his lung," reported New York Post. The incident happened in Minden, and cops recovered a large kitchen knife.

According to Cropper, the victim even got behind the wheel and tried to drive himself to a hospital, but crashed his car into the building. He was taken to another medical center, where he passed away after doctors performed an emergency surgery.

A 47-year-old woman, Angela Washington, was arrested and charged with second-degree homicide, but authorities didn’t offer a motive behind the murder.

Last month, in an interview with the Kansas City Star, Sneed said that he credits his eldest brother for raising him while his parents were behind bars. During the time of the footballer's birth, his father, Non Sneed, was in jail. When he was just one-year-old, his mom, Jane Mims Sneed, was also put in prison after a confrontation that happened while she was taking Sneed to a hospital. The hospital trip came following an accident in their home, according to Arrowhead Pride.

During his childhood, Sneed’s relationships with his parents consisted of trips to detention centers. He saw his mother on the weekends, and they would stay for an hour, sometimes having a meal together and talk. There were times when Sneed would peek into the jail's population and would see "some wild fights."

In the absence of their parents, Harrison took charge at home. He was only nine years old when he ironed clothes, changed diapers and walked his siblings to school. During the interview with the Kansas City Star, he referred to Sneed, 24, as “my little dude” and described their relationship as “closer than most brothers because of what we went through in life.”

Following the family tragedy, Kansas City Chiefs added Sneed to their injury report and tweeted that he was questionable for Sunday’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders, citing “non-injury related reasons (personal)."

A man reportedly stabbed his girlfriend to death for refusing to have sex with him in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India on Saturday, March 19. This is a representational image. pixabay