Police: Man arrested after downtown St. Augustine stabbing
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - A man was arrested after a stabbing early Sunday morning in downtown St. Augustine, police said. After Palmer was placed into a patrol vehicle, according to the St. Augustine Police Department, officers found a knife in his front pocket and 13 counterfeit $100 bills in his wallet. Upcoming town hall meeting on nightlife planThe weekend stabbing happened ahead of a town hall meeting about a Quality of Nightlife Strategic Plan that was canceled due to Hurricane Dorian and rescheduled for next week. At a St. Augustine City Commission meeting last month, City Manager John Regan presented the five-point plan to address concerns raised by the changing character of the historic city's downtown nightlife environment. St. Augustine Police Chief Barry Fox and St. Augustine City Commissioner Nancy Sikes-Kline will be participating in the discussion.