On a national holiday, a man fights and stabs his nephew in San Nicolás, Nuevo León

Nuevo León.- During the festivities of Cry of Independence of Mexico accompanied by intoxicating drinks, a man allegedly stabbed his nephew to death 21 years old after an argument in the municipality of San Nicolás, Nuevo León.

The events occurred around 2:30 a.m. on September 16, when the authorities were informed of the murder of a young man in a house on Azucena Street, between Sinaloa and Cámara Vélez, in the Fomerrey 11-Paseo del Nogalar.

According to the information, the young Martín Guadalupe, 21 years old, who worked in the food market and lived with his uncle, the alleged murderer, Juan, between 45 and 50 years old, invited their respective girlfriends to celebrate the Cry of Independence with alcoholic beverages on Thursday night.

However, in the early hours of September 16, uncle and nephew began to to discuss until reaching the hits. The uncle allegedly took a knife with which he began to stab his nephew. The young man walked a few meters and died outside the house.

Still with the dagger in hand, the alleged perpetrator walked to the house and left the knife; He put on a belt and walked out towards Sinaloa Street.

The victim’s girlfriend and the alleged murderer’s partner were witnesses to the event, local media reported.

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Elements of the Municipal Police went to the house and guarded the area so that investigative elements of the Attorney General’s Office of Nuevo León could carry out the corresponding proceedings.

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