PLANTATION (CBSMiami) – A Ft. Lauderdale man who stopped by his ex-girlfriend’s place to grab a few things ended up being charged with murder after he stabbed a man to death.

When Sherease Williams arrived home at her apartment at 4324 SW 6th Street in Plantation Wednesday night around 8:30 p.m. her ex, 31-year old Michael Backman, was waiting for her. With Williams were her two children and their father 33-year old John Williams Jr.

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Sherease Williams let Backman into the apartment where he gathered up a television set and a cushioned stool.

Outside of the apartment, police said Backman pulled out a knife and began to aggressively slash the cushion on top of the stool. Backman then got into a verbal fight with Williams Jr. which turned physical. During the fight Williams Jr. of Riviera Beach was stabbed in the chest. Backman fled the area on his bicycle.

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Williams Jr. died on the scene as a result of the sustained stab wound.

Backman was later located hiding under a trailer home in the City of Fort Lauderdale, refusing to surrender. Police used K-9s to get him.

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Backman has been charged with 2nd degree murder, aggravated battery and resisting arrest.