Bond Denied For Miami Man Accused In Deadly Stabbing
New Year's Eve South Florida Style
MIAMI (CBS4) – A Liberty City man accused of stabbing a neighbor to death on Christmas Eve because he wouldn’t turn his music down will remain behind bars.
Over the weekend, a judge denied to grant bond to 51-year old Dorian Hinkson who has been charged with second degree murder.
According to police, at approximately 9:30 a.m., 24-year-old Phillip Arthur approached Hinkson in the 1300 block of NW 66 Street about having his music much too loud.
Hinkson became “enraged” after Arthur told him to turn the music down because his wife was sleeping.
Police said that’s when Hinkson grabbed a knife and stabbed Arthur once in the chest in front of his children and wife in the courtyard of the complex. He was rushed to Jackson Memorial Hospital where he died.
Hinkson remained on the scene and was taken into custody by Miami police.