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Man Fatally Stabbed in Domestic Dispute


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A man was stabbed to death during a domestic dispute that

occurred early this morning in Northwest Miami-Dade.

The

subject is detained by Miami-Dade Police and charges are pending. Detectives

are investigating the scene and the relation of the two Latin males, whose

names have not yet been released, said police spokeswoman Detective Rebeca

Perez.

The

homicide occurred at 760 Northwest 106th Avenue at approximately 1

a.m.

The

victim was airlifted to Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital, where

he was pronounced dead this morning.

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