David Nalley Obituary, Death – The fatal stabbing that took place in Evansville, Indiana, early on Sunday morning has been identified as having taken the life of a man named David J. Nalley, who was 50 years old. After a confrontation between two different parties, the incident took place. According to the findings of the Vanderburgh County Coroner’s Office, the cause of death given for Nalley, a resident of Boonville, who passed away on Sunday at Deaconess Hospital was “multiple sharp force trauma.”
After an altercation with Devin Clements, who is 35 years old, early on Sunday morning, Nalley reportedly got into a fight with him, which led to his receiving a stab wound, as reported by the police. Clements was arrested by law enforcement on Tuesday morning, and he was transported to the jail in Vanderburgh County to be jailed on a preliminary count of murder. The preliminary count of murder was filed against Clements.
According to the affidavit filed in support of Clements’s arrest, the sad altercation took place at approximately 2:12 a.m. on Sunday morning inside an apartment that was located in the 1000 block of Cherry Street in the city of Cherry Hill. After a witness to the incident called 911 and reported that Nalley had been stabbed, she was taken to the hospital to be treated for her injuries. An affidavit states that a witness immediately after the stabbing identified Clements as the person who was responsible for the crime.
At the time of the event, Clements had made his escape on foot from the site. Clements and Nalley were initially “getting along as friends” at the apartment when they were there for a prearranged visit, according to the information that was provided by Detective Quinton Keil of the Evansville Police Department.