Judge sets $1M bail for man charged in fatal restaurant stabbing

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Anastacio Gonzales, 51, was charged with murder and armed robbery in the fatal stabbing of a restaurant owner, police said Sunday.

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CHICAGO -- A judge set bail for a West Town man at $1 million Sunday after the man was charged in the fatal stabbing of a restaurant owner in Humboldt Park.

Police said in a statement Sunday that Anastacio Gonzales, 51, of the 2600 block of West Rice Street, was charged with murder and armed robbery.

Police said Gonzales fatally stabbed a 50-year-old man in the chest during a verbal altercation Saturday.

The Chicago Tribune reports the victim was identified as Hermenegildo Vilchis, who owned El Taco Naco on 2640 W. Chicago Ave.

The Chicago Tribune contributed to this report.

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