STOUGHTON (CBS) — A man charged with murder after allegedly stabbing to death another man in Stoughton was ordered held without bail during his arraignment Monday morning.

Keenan Brasfield, 24, pleaded not guilty to the charge in Stoughton District Court, according to the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office.

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Keenan Brasfield. (Image Credit: Stoughton Police)

Keenan Brasfield (Photo credit: Stoughton Police)

He is accused of killing 36-year-old Erwin Albert in a driveway on Canton Street on May 6.

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Prosecutors say Brasfield’s car had just been towed to the area from a nearby tow yard, when the two men got into an argument.

On Sunday night, Brasfield turned himself in to Stoughton police.

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His next court date is slated for June 3.