Connecticut teen to be sentenced in stabbing death sparked by spilled coffee

<p>A Connecticut teen is scheduled to be sentenced after the stabbing death of a man that may have been sparked by spilled coffee.</p>

News 12 Staff

May 18, 2017, 10:02 AM

Updated 2,561 days ago

Share:

A Connecticut teen is scheduled to be sentenced after the stabbing death of a man that may have been sparked by spilled coffee.
Marquest Hall, 17, pleaded guilty to manslaughter Tuesday in the incident back in 2015.
According to prosecutors, Antonio Muralles, 52, was coming out of a McDonalds with a coffee when he accidentally bumped into Hall, spilling some on him.
Hall faces 20 years in prison when he's sentenced in July.
News 12 has recently updated to a brand new version of our iOS and Android apps.  If you don’t have auto updates enabled on your devices, head to the App Store or Google Play Store to update to the latest version.  This will ensure you keep getting up-to-date local news, traffic and weather information.


More from News 12