Charges Filed After Fatal Domestic-Related Stabbing
Sully Police District – Carter Setti-Camfiord, 21, of Clifton was charged late Tuesday with second degree murder following a deadly stabbing in Clifton. Officers initially responded at 12:07 p.m. to the 13000 block of Compton Road for a pedestrian struck by a car. Preliminarily, detectives believe Setti-Camfiord intentionally jumped in front a car then reported to the driver that he stabbed someone inside a nearby home. Setti-Camfiord was immediately detained by officers and taken to a hospital for treatment of injuries resulting from the crash. Officers entered the home and discovered Jason Camfiord, 50, of Clifton, suffering from trauma to his upper body. Rescue personnel pronounced Camfiord deceased at the scene. The father and son lived at the home together. Another family member was present during the incident but was not injured. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner conducted an autopsy and ruled it a homicide. Setti-Camfiord is being held at the Adult Detention Center without bond.
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This is being investigated as the 12th homicide year to date in Fairfax County.
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