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Son of Calif. olive oil maker charged in father's shooting death

Robert Yandolino, 25, is charged in the murder of his father.

Placer County Sheriff’s Department

PLACER COUNTY, Calif. -- Prosecutors have filed charges against the son of a well-known olive oil maker in the murder of his father, reports CBS Sacramento.

On Monday, the Placer County District Attorney's Office charged Robert Carlo Yandolino, 25, in his father's shooting death, according to the station. Carlo Alexander Yandolino, 58, of Newcastle, was found last Thursday in the driver's seat of his truck, according to a Yuba County Sheriff's Department spokesperson.

It is unknown what may have caused the shooting.

The suspect was also charged with one count of premeditated murder, including an allegation of the special circumstance of lying in wait, according to CBS Sacramento. The suspect also allegedly hit one of his father's workers in the head after the shooting.

Yandolino reportedly surrendered to authorities after a day-long manhunt, according to the station.