Bail was denied Friday for a man accused of getting into a fight with another man, then stabbing him to death in September outside a liquor store in Humboldt Park.
Dakwane Jackson, 26, was standing outside a store in the 3300 block of West North Avenue around 9:15 p.m. Sept. 23 when Efrain Lopez, 48, arrived with two friends who remained in the car, prosecutors said.
After Lopez bought it and brought it to his friend’s car, he went back to Jackson and yelled at him. Lopez said Jackson was “disrespectful” and punched him in the face, prosecutors said.
They both fell to the ground and Lopez continued to beat him, causing Jackson to come back. Jackson then cried out that he was being stabbed, prosecutors said, and two witnesses, including one of Lopez’s friends, grabbed Lopez’s arm to stop him.
Lopez got back into a friend’s car and fled, authorities said. He was arrested Thursday and charged with one count of first degree murder.
His next court date is January 5.