Domestic stabbing results in 2nd-degree murder charge
25-year-old man's killing resulted from dispute with partner, police say
Police say a fatal stabbing in northwest Calgary stemmed from a domestic conflict between two men.
Kurlan Rick Joseph, 25, of Calgary was found dead from multiple stab wounds at an apartment building in Thorncliffe just before 2 a.m. MT on Wednesday.
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The accused, 29, who was located by officers in the area a short time after the killing, has been charged with second-degree murder.
The killing was the result of a dispute between the two men, who were in a same-sex relationship, said Staff Sgt. Grant Miller.
He added that the homicide appears to have been a spontaneous act. The suspect is not believed to have a history with police.
Investigators have the weapon as evidence.
The suspect made his first court appearance Thursday.
This is the seventh homicide in Calgary in 2013.