Man stabbed in Annapolis over Jukebox Dispute

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A man was stabbed in the stomach in Annapolis just after Christmas in a dispute that began over which song should play on a restaurant jukebox, police said.

Police found the victim, Adonias Chacon Matute, 33, in the parking lot of the Annapolis Seafood Market in the 1300 of Forest Drive at about 12:45 a.m. He has been stabbed deeply in the stomach and was badly injured, police said Friday.

Matute and other witnesses told police that they and the suspect, Martin Marroquin Rodriguez, 34, of Annapolis, were at LuPita’s Restaurant across the street earlier in the evening when they began arguing over playing on the jukebox. Rodriguez did not like the song that Matute put on the jukebox, police said.

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