"Sons Of Boston" Bar Alcohol License Suspended After Deadly Stabbing

Union Street in Boston, where Sons of Boston is located. Photo: Getty Images

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — The Boston Licensing Board has indefinitely suspended the liquor license of the Sons of Boston bar.

A bouncer at the bar, Alvaro Larrama, is charged with the murder of Daniel Martinez, a Chicago-area Marine veteran who came to Boston for St. Patrick's Day weekend.

Prosecutors say Larrama stabbed Martinez after an argument with him on the night of March 19. Employees of the bar said they weren't aware Larrama was carrying a knife in a Licensing Board hearing on Tuesday. In the same meeting, one of the managers at the Sons of Boston, Jason Kuczynski, also told members of the board that he didn't do a criminal background check on Larrama before hiring him.

The family of Daniel announced plans to sue the bar last month, and Sons of Boston has already had its entertainment license taken away.

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