Arrest made in fatal SoMa stabbing 

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An arrest has been made in the South of Market stabbing that claimed the life of Joseph Minozzi, a 30-year-old high-rise window washer who had appeared in a 2010 episode of A&E’s “Intervention,” police said.

San Francisco police and U.S. Marshals detained Charles Robertson, 42, of Fairfield, in Sacramento without incident on Wednesday and charged him with San Francisco's first murder of 2012.

Robertson was booked into Sacramento County Jail and later transferred to San Francisco County Jail, where he awaits trial, police said.

Minozzi was found lying near the corner of Sixth and Stevenson streets just south of Market Street about 2:30 a.m. on Jan. 12. He died about an hour later at the hospital. He was negatively portrayed in the tenth season of the A&E show "Intervention." A coworker described his character as “completely different” from how he appeared on the show.

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