Man sentenced for killing 1, stabbing 2 more at NH nightclub
MANCHESTER — New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald announced the sentencing of a Manchester man who stabbed three men, killing one, at the former Drynk nightclub on May 9, 2015.
Joel Martin, 26, was sentenced to state prison for 40 years to life, plus restitution, for the murder of Darrell Robinson at the nightclub on Old Granite Street.
He was also sentenced to two separate consecutive prison terms of 10 to 30 years for the two convictions of second-degree assault.
Finally, Martin received a concurrent sentence of 5 to 10 years on his conviction for possessing a weapon despite being a convicted felon.