BOCA RATON (CBSMiami) – The man in blood in the traffic is accused of killing his father.
According to the Boca Raton police statement, 26-year-old Jarde Noiman is blamed for killing his father, Jay Noiman.
Jarde Noiman’s body was found in the Ocan Plaza parking lot on 1 South Ocdean Blvd. The murder, which took place on Monday, February 3, is thought to have taken place around 7:30 in the morning. It is estimated that the old man was stabbed to death.
Jarde Noiman, meanwhile, was caught in the control of the police in traffic. He had a lot of blood stains on him and said he was involved in the fight. However, he did not make any complaints about the fight.
Information that emerged after the body was found made Jarde Noiman suspicious, but there was insufficient evidence for his arrest.
At 17:45, the police stopped Jarde Noiman on Glades Road. He was arrested due to the lack of a suitable driver’s license for the vehicle he was driving. He was sent to Palm Beach County prison after his interrogation at the police station. The police said they found a suspect in Noiman’s father’s murder, but was released because there was insufficient evidence.
Jarde Noiman came to the Boca Raton Police Department the next day and confessed to killing his father.
Jarde Noiman said they stopped to sleep in the car. Noiman did not like his father’s behavior, and the idea of killing him fell into his mind. Noiman told investigators how he killed his father.
Noiman, who is in Palm Beach County Prison, will appear in court on Thursday, as he refused to appear in court on Wednesday morning. Noiman is held without bail charges.
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