No bail for man charged in fatal stabbing outside TD Garden

BOSTON (WHDH) - The man charged with stabbing a Medford man to death near TD Garden Tuesday night has been ordered held without bail.

Mark Love, 55, of Boston, was arraigned on a murder charge Thursday in Boston Municipal Court.

Darryl Noles, 53, was found suffering from apparent stab wounds in the area of 10 Causeway St. about 10:37 p.m. — around the same time a Pink concert was letting out at the TD Garden. He was rushed to a nearby hospital, he was later pronounced dead.

After reviewing video footage and interviewing multiple witnesses, prosecutors said investigators gathered evidence that suggests Love and Noles knew each other and that a confrontation in the area of Causeway and Portland streets led to the stabbing.

A black-handled knife alleged to be the murder weapon was found near the scene.

A Suffolk District Attorney spokesman said Noles was homeless.

Love is due back in court on May 11.

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