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Miami Beach man charged with near-fatal stabbing over iPod

Aywar Goeloe, 26, is charged with second-degree attempted murder in the stabbing of a man in South Beach early Wednesday morning.
Aywar Goeloe, 26, is charged with second-degree attempted murder in the stabbing of a man in South Beach early Wednesday morning. Miami-Dade Corrections

An argument over an iPod led to a near-fatal stabbing early Wednesday in South Beach.

The brawl began about 4 a.m. Wednesday, when Darris Robinson Jr. and Aywar Goeloe tried an iPod to a bouncer at Mac’s Club Deuce in South Beach. After the bouncer refused, the pair went outside and began to argue over the music player and an iPhone.

The shouting turned to a tussle, and minutes later, Robinson, 24, of Miami was left bloodied on the sidewalk with multiple stab wounds.

Goeloe, 26, of Miami Beach fled down an alley — but he dropped his brown leather wallet with his ID inside.

Beach police found Goeloe on Wednesday night and charged him with second-degree attempted murder. He admitted to the crime, according to the arrest report, and is being held at Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in lieu of $20,000 bond.

Robinson was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital where he underwent surgery. He remains in critical condition with his family at his bedside.

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