Teen charged in stabbing over spilled coffee refuses plea deal

The teen charged in a deadly Stamford stabbing over a cup of coffee has refused a plea deal.



Police say 16-year-old Marquest Hall killed 52-year-old Antonia Murralles in March of last year.



Police say the two started fighting when Muralles bumped into Hall and may have spilled coffee on him outside a McDonald's.



Hall has been charged as an adult and faces up to 60 years in prison if convicted. 


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