Man fatally stabbed by father in Lakeview this morning

Approximate location of this morning’s homicide. | Multiplottr

Update: The Cook County medical examiner’s office identified the victim as Jesus Adan Granados of the 800 block of West Dakin.

Police are investigating an apparent domestic-related homicide this morning near the Boystown neighborhood in Lakeview. A suspect is in custody.

A 44-year-old man called 911 at 11:48 a.m. Friday and told the dispatcher that he had fatally stabbed his 21-year-old son on the 800 block of West Dakin.

Police arrived and found the victim with a lethal stab wound to the left side of his neck inside a first-floor residence, according to police and a passerby who spoke with officers on the scene. 

Officers immediately took the father into custody for questioning.

Police do not know the motive for the killing, according to a CPD statement. Area North detectives are investigating.

This morning’s homicide is the third of the year for Lakeview.

On June 17, a gunman fatally shot 30-year-old Victo Ochoa as he rode in a vehicle on the 2900 block of North Broadway. And on Oct. 17, 53-year-old Daniel Cox was fatally shot as he drove on the 3700 block of North Ashland.

The Lakeview community area has not recorded three homicides in a calendar year since 2012 when it also logged three slayings. The most homicides in Lakeview during a single year this millennium came in 2007 when six were recorded. Four of that year’s murder victims died in an arson fire on the 3500 block of North Fremont.

CWBChicago will post updates as more details become available.

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