A 26-year-old South Florida man is accused of fatally stabbing his father during a domestic-related incident, police said.
Boca Raton police were called to a parking garage where a man's body was found on Monday morning. As they were on the scene, investigators received information from Delray Beach police about a traffic stop involving a man who was covered in blood and claimed to have been involved in an altercation in Boca Raton, according to a police report.
Jared Noiman wouldn't elaborated on who was involved in the altercation and didn't want to report a crime, according to the report. However, that information, along with video surveillance in the parking garage, led detectives to identify Noiman as a suspect in the death of his father, Jay Noiman.
A Boca Raton police officer spotted Jared Noiman driving later on Monday and he was arrested on charges of driving without a license and taken to the police station, the report said. There, he was interviewed and taken to the Palm Beach County Jail, the report said. At that time, probable cause had not been established to charged him with stabbing his father.
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On Tuesday, Noiman returned to the Boca Raton Police Department and said he wanted to confess to killing his father, the report said.
Noiman told police he and his father had been living in the elder Noiman's car, which they parked in the parking garage to sleep, the report said. He told investigators he did not like the way his father was treating him and started having thoughts about killing him. He described how he stabbed his father and then strangled him in the garage, the police report said.
He was charged with first degree murder and taken to jail. He is being held without bond. A lawyer isn't listed on jail records.