Man accused of stabbing doctor Oct. 4 makes first Palm Beach County appearance

JUPITER, Fla. — A Broward County man accused of violently stabbing a Jupiter pediatrician made his first look in court docket in Palm Seaside County 5 months after the incident.

Nicholas Parchesco, 28, of Margate, is being held on no bond, and his subsequent court docket date is scheduled for April 1. He’s dealing with a cost of first-degree tried homicide.

Jupiter police stated he stabbed Dr. Philip Colaizzo, 65, at Jupiter Pediatric Associates at 6650 West Indiantown Street on Oct. 4.

Parchesco sped off in a white Lexus sedan and led authorities on a high-speed chase into Indian River County, the place he was captured on Interstate 95 and brought into custody.

Parchesco had been held there on expenses that included fleeing legislation enforcement with lights/sirens lively, written/digital risk to kill, bodily hurt one other.

He was booked into the Palm Seaside County jail at 10:22 a.m. Friday.

The suspect was “focusing on” a Jupiter pediatrician for practically six months earlier than violently stabbing him within the head, neck and stomach, police stated.

The company obtained a 911 name simply earlier than 4:30 p.m. Oct. 4 a couple of stabbing.

The officer supervisor instructed police that Parchesco got here in with a “massive knife,” grabbed Colaizzo from behind, put him in a headlock and stabbed him no less than 5 instances earlier than working out the entrance door.

“Because the April 18 incident, Parchesco has been focusing on her dad for unknown causes and has despatched him quite a few, unusual, textual content messages whereby Parchesco was ranting nonsense,” the report said.

Colaizzo was taken to St. Mary’s Medical Middle in West Palm Seaside.


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