STAR, Idaho (KLIX)-Ada County authorities have charged a young Nampa man with assisting in suicide after another man was found dead at a public park in Star Sunday morning. According to the Ada County Sheriff's Office, Dakota Honeycutt is facing felony assisting in a suicide and destruction of evidence and could be facing more charges. Honeycutt was arrested Monday morning in Canyon County after the body of a 48-year-old man was found on the sidewalk at the Hunter's Creek Sports Park. Investigators discovered the two men had lived in the same apartment and were able to track the young man down. Honeycutt allegedly told investigators he drove the man to the park Saturday evening, watched him shoot himself, took the gun and hid it, then went home. Investigators were able to find the gun where Honeycutt said he disposed of it. He is scheduled to be in court later this week.

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