A son wanted for fatally stabbing his father 46 times and then leaving the corpse in a plastic bag on a Brooklyn street has been arrested in Louisiana, police said.
Joseph Adams, 26, was arrested in Gretna and brought back to the Big Apple in connection to the gruesome Oct. 16 stabbing slaying of 49-year-old Christopher Adams in Cypress Hills, police said Friday.
The victim was found dead on at about 12:35 p.m. near Van Sinderen and Herkimer streets — his body left on the sidewalk in a black bag, police said.
Joseph Adams was collared after an eagle-eyed Louisiana officer pulled over the suspect’s car in Gretna and determined he was wanted by the NYPD, cops said.
NYPD detectives traveled to Louisiana and extradited the suspect to Brooklyn, an NYPD spokeswoman said. Adams was arraigned on Friday.
Joseph Adams is charged with murder, concealment of a human corpse, tampering with physical evidence and criminal possession of a weapon, cops said.
The 26-year-old murder suspect is no stranger to authorities.
Police sources said Adams was arrested in July 2014 after he allegedly raped a woman in Brooklyn a month earlier after meeting her online through a dating app.
Adams lured his woman to East 31st Street In Marine Park by inviting her out to have pizza, the police sources said.
Adams allegedly dragged his victim through a driveway and, at knifepoint, forced her to perform oral sex and then attempted to rape her, the sources said.
The victim suffered cuts to her neck and hands, the sources said. The disposition of that case was not immediately known.