Assistant Attorney General elaborates on stabbing at Drynk

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MANCHESTER, NH – Assistant Attorney General Ben Agati fields questions regarding the Saturday stabbing death of Darrell Robinson.

Joel Martin of Manchester has been charged with stabbing Robinson inside Drynk night club, injuries that led to Robinson’s death.

Martin will be arraigned in Boston on May 11 as a fugitive from justice. He was arrested by Boston Police on Saturday as he was leaving a Boston hospital, where he was treated for injuries. In the video, Agati said it is not clear if Martin’s injuries were self-inflicted.

In total, four people were injured in the brawl that erupted at Drynk early Saturday, around closing time.


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