MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Mobile Police say an argument between two men turned deadly justbefore midnight Monday. They say they were called to a home onDelmar Drive and found the victim, Randall Pugh, murdered in hisfront yard.
"There was just a bunch of cops and a lot of commotion downhere, people screaming," Kelsey Fairbanks said.
Neighbors said they heard the chaotic scene down the street.Crime tape now dangles near the spot where Pugh took his lastbreath. Police said they responded to the victim's home aftergetting a call about an assault.
"When the officers arrived there, they found the victim outsidewith multiple stab wounds. Mobile-Fire responded and pronounced himdead on the scene," Officer Christopher Levy said.
Police said Nathaniel Aguillard used a knife and stabbed thevictim in the chest a number of times. They also said the victimand suspect knew each other.
Right after the crime, police said the suspect left the scene,but came back a short while later.
"He did leave the scene and call 911 and waited for the officersto get there and set up the crime scene before he then showed up.He was detained at that time and they continued on theinvestigation and they were able to determine he was responsiblefor the death," Levy said.
This isn't the first time Aguillard found himself in cuffs. Backin November 2005, narcotics units searched his home on GeorgiaAvenue. They seized marijuana plants, equipment used to growmarijuana, and 200 ounces of packaged marijuana.
This time around, Aguillard is charged with murder. Police arestill investigating the motive that sparked the crime. The38-year-old suspect is being held on no bond.
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