Cherry Hill Man Charged With Killing Another Over Popular Drinking Game

CHERRY HILL, N.J (CBS) – A 20-year-old Cherry Hill man is under arrest on charges of murdering another man over a drinking game.

The Camden County prosecutor’s office says the victim and the suspect were guests at a Sunday night house party on Kay Drive in Cherry Hill, where there was a lively game of beer pong going on.

The two men reportedly got into an argument over the game but let it go. Then, as they were leaving, at about 2 a.m., they went back at it. A fistfight broke out and this time, authorities say, the suspect pulled out a knife and stabbed the victim, who died a short time later at Cooper University Hospital.

Authorities have charged Naqueebullah Habibi with murder. They say the victim is William Walker, 21, a graduate of Camden Catholic High School and a volunteer fireman in Cherry Hill.

Reported by Pat Loeb, KYW Newsradio

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  1. Robert Turner says:

    This is my Cousin who was killed. If you weren’t there or don’t know what happened then don’t comment on this post. Please leave your negative opinions to yourself. That would be a very wise decision.

  2. Dan says:

    Getting bail on a murder beef, must know someone or maybe it was an accidental stabbing.

  3. not normal says:

    Violence fueled by alcohol? Now there’s a surprise.

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