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Springdale Businessman Dies In Stabbing

Death Came After Argument Over Car

Posted: February 15, 2013 at 5:29 a.m.

Splattered blood is seen on the pavement Thursday outside the entrance to Latino Mechanica on Campbell Drive in Springdale. Springdale Police found a man dead from multiple stab wounds in the parking lot of the shop Wednesday night.
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Splattered blood is seen on the pavement Thursday outside the entrance to Latino Mechanica on Campbell Drive in Springdale. Springdale Police found a man dead from multiple stab wounds in the parking lot of the shop Wednesday night.

Jose Mabte said as he turned in to the Elmdale Manor Apartments on Wednesday night, his car’s lights hit two men

At A Glance

Springdale Murders

The death of Jesus Villalobos is the first murder in Springdale this year.

w Police records show only one murder in 2012. Tremelle Deshum Overton, 23, of 828 Oakridge Drive was arrested in connection with first-degree murder in August after the death of his 2-month-old stepson.

w In June 2011 police arrested Britain Smith after the death of his half-brother, Chantz Byar, the only murder in 2011.

Source: Springdale Police Department

Correction

A previous version of this story had the incorrect last name for Juan Pablo Perez-Lopez. The error has been corrected.

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