NSW man charged with Vic border death

Kaitlyn Offer

A NSW man has been charged with the murder of his elderly mother in the Victorian border town of Red Cliffs.

Paul Cohrs, 58, was charged by police on Friday with the matter expected to be mentioned in court later in the day.

He is accused of killing Bette Cohrs Schultz, 81, on October 30 in the township, which is near Mildura.

Her body was discovered in a house along with an uninjured four-year-old boy.

Cohr's brother, 63-year-old Ray Cohrs , was found dead in the small NSW community of Rufus River about an hour later.

NSW police are yet release details of any charges relating to his death.

Paul Cohrs remains in hospital under police guard.

A funeral service will be held on Saturday at Mildura for Ms Cohrs Schultz.

Ray Cohrs, who has been described as a devoted father, husband and loving brother, will be farewelled at a service on Tuesday.