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Westlake man locked up, accused of stabbing his parents

Robert Jaworski, accused of stabbing his parents, was arrested in Westlake. (Source: WOIO) Robert Jaworski, accused of stabbing his parents, was arrested in Westlake. (Source: WOIO)
Westlake firefighters looking for discarded knife. (Source: WOIO) Westlake firefighters looking for discarded knife. (Source: WOIO)
House in Westlake where a 22-year-old son is accused of stabbing his parents. (Source: WOIO) House in Westlake where a 22-year-old son is accused of stabbing his parents. (Source: WOIO)
WESTLAKE, OH (WOIO) -

A Westlake man is locked up after his mother and father were found stabbed in their home.

Westlake Police received a hang-up 911 call around 10:20 p.m. Monday night. The call was from 27965 Southbridge Dr.

A callback by dispatch revealed that 58-year-old Kim Jaworski and his 56-year-old wife, Carol, had been stabbed. They said their 22-year-old son, Robert, did it.

"The dispatcher could hear a commotion going on, so when he called back, he got through to the wife, who said she and her husband had been stabbed by their 22-year-old-son," said Guy Turner with the Westlake Police Department.

Investigators say Robert moved back into his parents' home after being kicked out several times. He has been in and out of metal health treatment centers.

Police believe after Robert stabbed mom and dad, he fled and tossed the knife.

North Olmsted, Rocky River, and Bay Village police departments assisted in the search for Robert Jaworski, which ended at 11:29 p.m. He was arrested at Porter Road and Lansing Drive without incident. Police continued searching for the weapon through the morning

The parents were transported to St. John Medical Center and then airlifted to MetroHealthCarol is in stable condition, while Kim is hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. Both have multiple stab wounds.

Robert Jaworski is now locked up in the Westlake City Jail. 

Charges have not been filed, but are likely to be two counts of felonious assault or attempted murder.

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