MIAMI (CBS4)- Miami police are investigating a stabbing that began as a dispute between two neighbors over loud music and ended with the death of a Miami man.

According to police, at approximately 9:30 a.m., 24-year-old Phillip Arthur approached his neighbor, 51-year-old Dorian Hinkson, on the 1300 block of NW 66 Street about having his music much too loud.

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Hickson 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.

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Arthur fell to the ground.

Hinkson remained on the scene. Miami police arrived and arrested Hinkson and recovered the knife.

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Arthur was transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital but died of his injuries minutes after arriving, police said.