Son charged with his father's stabbing death in Bucks County

A man is facing homicide charges after his father was found dead inside their home in Newton Township Friday morning.

Police say Gregory Kurman, 49, was found with a deep laceration to his throat and a pool of blood under his neck. A large, blood-covered kitchen knife was also found by his head, according to police.

More blood was reportedly found on the couch and the floor leading to the living room of the home on David Drive.


Gregory's wife told police she was upstairs when she heard screaming and arguing. When she came downstairs she allegedly saw her son, 22-year-old Jordan Kurman, drop the knife.

Suspect in custody after man dies in his home, police say.

She told police, "He killed my husband… he stabbed him to death," according to a criminal complaint.

Police say Jordan, who was outside when they arrived, was found with a large amount of blood on his clothing. He was detained at the scene.

Jordan has been denied bail and remanded to Buck County Correctional Facility on criminal homicide and possession of an instrument of crime charges.