Faber is accused of stabbing Corrington Villanueva, 32, at Carmita’s Bar
This morning Rudy Faber, 29, a construction worker of Biscayne Village, was taken before the Chief Magistrate Ann-Marie Smith and charged with attempted murder and use of deadly means of harm.
According to police, at 6:30 on Monday evening, they visited the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital and saw Corrington Villanueva, 32, a resident of #12 Bride’s Alley, suffering from a single stab wound to his stomach.
After conducting their investigation, police learned that at 5:00 that evening, Villanueva was at Carmita’s Bar, aka “Bucket Bar”, which is located at the foot of the Swing Bridge, having a drink when Faber entered the bar. According to Villanueva, Faber then just walked up to him and stabbed him, for no apparent reason.
Faber was unrepresented when he appeared in court this morning, and due to the nature of the offense, no pleas were taken from him and neither was he offered bail. He was remanded to the Hattieville Prison, and is scheduled to reappear back in court on March 22, 2013.