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Crime Lauderdale, Florida man accused of killing his father, a retired judge from Boca Raton

21:21  11 april  2018
21:21  11 april  2018 Source:   msn.com

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – A mistrial has been declared in the case of a Fort Lauderdale man accused of killing his father , dismembering the body and dumping the remains at an old golf course in Boca Raton .

BOCA RATON , Fla. – A Fort Lauderdale man accused of killing his father and dumping the remains at an old golf course in Boca Raton stood to gain about 0,000 in the event of his father 's death, police said.

Police went to the home of James "Skip" Scandirito on April 1, when his son James Anthony Scandirito, Jr. reported that his 74-year-old father went missing the night before.

Boca Raton Police detectives began searching for the elder Scandirito while also finding inconsistencies in the information provided by the son, the agency said in a Facebook post.

The investigation led to the former Ocean Breeze Golf Club, an abandoned golf course where on April 4, human remains were found.

The Palm Beach County medical examiner's office said the remains were from the missing man who once lived in the 400 block of Northwest 72nd Street, according to police.

On Monday, Alachua County Sheriff's deputies stopped Scandirito, 49, for having a stolen license plate while on Interstate 75, two miles north of the city of Alachua, said Art Forgey, a spokesman for the sheriff's office.

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– A Fort Lauderdale man was arrested Monday after he killed his father and dumped the remains at an old golf course in Boca Raton , police said. James Scandirito Jr., 49, is accused of killing his father , James Scandirito, a retired judge from Michigan, days After retiring to Florida , Scandirito

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jury selection is set to begin Tuesday in the trial of a Fort Lauderdale man accused of killing his father and dumping the remains at an old golf course in Boca Raton . James Scandirito Jr. is charged with first-degree murder in the death of his father

While Scandirito's Toyota Prius was stopped for the traffic violation, a check by deputies also found there was a warrant from Palm Beach County for his arrest, Forgey said.

Scandirito was alone when he was taken into custody. He is facing a murder charge and is being held without bond in the jail in Gainesville.

Detectives from Palm Beach County arrived Monday night in Gainesville to interview Scandirito. He will eventually be transferred to a jail in Palm Beach County. Forgey said.

Skip Scandirito was a former commissioner and district judge in Macomb County in Michigan, according to The Macomb Daily website. His career was marred by scandals in the 1990s and early 2000s, including when several women accused him of offering lenient court decisions in exchange for sexual acts. Skip Scandirito denied the allegations and he was not disciplined, the newspaper reported.

He resigned his judgeship before another panel's hearing on that situation.

Skip Scandirito moved to Florida and worked as a lawyer for the Florida Department of Children & Families. The department fired him in 2003 after learning he had been disbarred in Michigan, The Macomb Daily reported.

His wife, Therese "Terri" Scandirito, 74, died at the couple's home on April 28, 2017 after a long illness, her obituary said.

It is not yet known what events led to Skip Scandirito's death. A spokesman for the Boca Raton police department could not be reached for comment.

The agency asked anyone with information about the case to call Detective Tim Kurdys at 561-338-1377.

ljtrischitta@sunsentinel.com, 954-356-4233 or Twitter @LindaTrischitta

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