Nashville Concert: Father-of-Two Dahal Umesh Kicked to Death Trying to Break Up Fight

Nashville Concert: Father-of-Two Dahal Umesh Kicked to Death Trying to Break Up Fight
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In a shock¬≠ing inci¬≠dent that has left the Nashville com¬≠mu¬≠ni¬≠ty in mourn¬≠ing, a 41-year-old father named Dahal Umesh was beat¬≠en to death out¬≠side a con¬≠cert event held at a Top Golf facility. 

Accord¬≠ing to the Met¬≠ro¬≠pol¬≠i¬≠tan Nashville Police Depart¬≠ment, the inci¬≠dent unfold¬≠ed on Sat¬≠ur¬≠day evening when a vio¬≠lent dis¬≠pute erupt¬≠ed inside the con¬≠cert, which was host¬≠ed by the Nashville Nepalese Asso¬≠ci¬≠a¬≠tion and fea¬≠tured a per¬≠for¬≠mance by the Nepali Rock Band ‚ÄúMantra.‚ÄĚ

As the alter­ca­tion spilled out into the park­ing lot, Umesh, who was attend­ing the event with oth­er mem­bers of Nashville’s Nepali com­mu­ni­ty, report­ed­ly tried to inter­vene as a peace­keep­er. How­ev­er, he was alleged­ly punched, caus­ing him to fall and hit his head on the concrete.

While on the ground, Umesh was then kicked in the head by a sus­pect iden­ti­fied as 26-year-old Bishal Rai. Umesh suc­cumbed to his severe head injuries on Tues­day morning.

Rai, who was arrest­ed at his home in Anti­och, was ini­tial­ly charged with aggra­vat­ed assault, but the charges will now be upgrad­ed to crim­i­nal homi­cide fol­low­ing Umesh’s death. Inves­ti­ga­tors are still search­ing for oth­er con­cert­go­ers who may have been involved in the fatal assault.

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