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UPDATE: Endicott Man Accused of Killing His Dad in 2014

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BROOME COUNTY, N.Y. -

An indictment unsealed in Broome County Court on Friday charges 33-year-old Shawn Kostick of Endicott with killing his father, Harry Kostick, in 2014.

Broome County District Attorney Stephen Cornwell said last month a Broome County Grand Jury indicted Shawn Kostick for second-degree murder as part of a 10-count-indictment.

In March 2015, Endicott police asked the public for help in finding then 59-year-old Harry Kostick who had not been seen since September 2014.

The Broome DA's office said according to the indictment the death took place sometime between September 1, 2014, and October 3, 2014, on Lincoln Avenue. 

Back in 2015, Endicott Police said Harry Kostick was last seen leaving his home at 100 Lincoln Avenue.

Kostick is accused of intimidating and physically injuring at least two witnesses of the murder to stop them from going to police. The indictment also charges Kostick with forgery, alleging he wrote a total of $2,983 in checks from his father's checking account after his death.

In a separate matter, on February 6, 2018, authorities arrested Kostick for allegedly breaking an order of protection when they say he forced entry into a Town of Fenton home and attacking the resident. 

The Broome County Sheriff's Office obtained arrest warrants for Kostick days after the incident and arrested him at his Endicott residence on Lincoln Ave. where they say Kostick used a penknife to injure himself before being taken into custody. 

In that arrest, Kostick was charged with criminal contempt, criminal mischief, burglary, harassment, and endangering the welfare of a child. Cornwell said he could not discuss those charges.