A South Farmingdale man is on the run from cops after he allegedly stabbed his father Friday afternoon when a domestic squabble turned violent and investigators believe he stole a car from a neighbor’s home to flee the scene, according to Nassau County police.
Police were called at 1:12 p.m. on Aug. 30 to a home on Grant Street in South Farmingdale for a report of a domestic assault between a father and son. When officers arrived to the scene, they found the father – a 53-year-old man – outside of the home and suffering from multiple stab wounds to his head and upper body.
The victim was taken to a local hospital and admitted for treatment. As of Saturday morning, he remained in stable condition, police said.
Investigators said the man has been stabbed by his son, identified as Eric Georgoulakos, 23. Cops initially believed that the son may have been barricaded inside the Grant Street home, which prompted calls by police for additional assistance from tactical units, law enforcement officials said.
A few minutes later, investigators learned Georgoulakos was no longer at the scene and had visited a neighbor on Washington Street. Police said the 23-year-old man asked the homeowner to use their bathroom and a phone. After using the restroom, he allegedly grabbed the keys to a 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer and fled the scene.
Police are now actively seeking Georgoulakos in connection with the crimes. A police spokesman said he is wanted by the Nassau County Police Department and considered to be “dangerous.”
The stolen SUV was tan colored and has Pennsylvania license plate number HKE2644, police said.
Georgoulakos is described as being 6-foot-3, 150 pounds, with a crew cut and tattoos of Jesus Christ, a humming bird and Greek writing on his arm, cops said.
Anyone with information on Georgoulakos’ whereabouts or the vehicle, is urged to immediately call 911.