A 51-year-old Kendall man has been charged with first-degree murder for allegedly stabbing a nursing home custodian in the neck.
Investigators discovered that the accused may have been visiting a brother who lived at the nursing home.
The murder was allegedly witnessed by several residents and visitors.
Police believe that the accused and the deceased may have argued in the past.
First-degree murder is a non-bondable offense punishable by death, if the State declares their intent to seek the death penalty. Normally, first-degree murder is punishable by a mandatory life sentence.