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1 Dead After Nightclub Stabbing

Posted January 7, 2007

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— Police have arrested a Fayetteville man in connection with an early morning stabbing outside a Fayetteville nightclub.

The incident occurred shortly before 2 a.m. at the Palomino/South Beach Club located at 2869 Owen Drive.

The victim, Aljiandro Martinez, 19, of Fayetteville, died at the scene.

Jacob Nolasco, 24, is charged with simple assault and is being held in the Cumberland County Jail under a $50,000 secured bond. More charges are expected.

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  • j Feb 17, 2007

    the person who killed my homie i going to pay cause he is gone and me left everyone that cared about him

  • j Feb 17, 2007

    alejandro martinez was like my brother and he was killed and he is never coming back and it hurts me alot

  • latanya512 Jan 8, 2007

    This man died and he is being charges with just simple assault. Please tell me there is more to this story. NC already is letting a preacher go for killing his wife with a bogus sentence.

  • gvmntcheese Jan 8, 2007

    I wonder if there are other solutions to these types of problems without closing the much needed businesses. I know I am opening up a can of worms. I am in no way defending any crime but there has to be solutions to these problems. People need places to go to and unwind, socialize and get away from it all in a safe environment. If we close them all down, there would probably be much more violence not to mention the loss of tax revenues. I agree with Michael as most of the problems I have been seeing are due to negligence on the business owners part. I think that if the state starts sanctioning some precautions with stiff penalties for negligence, issues like this can be kept to a minimum.

  • erstamey Jan 8, 2007

    that sounds like a lot places in fay

  • LaVaism Jan 8, 2007

    This is no surprise. When the manager has to carry a handgun while at work. This club doesn't have enough security to handle the crowd. They spend 19,000 for a new fire alarm so they can fit 2,000+ people in there but won't spend any money for extra security. Just shows how little they care about their customers but instead care more about their profits. I hope the city decides to shut this place down.