Police arrest woman over domestic stabbing

| 19/12/2011

(CNS): A man is currently in hospital being treated for non-life threatening stab wounds after an altercation with a woman who is currently in police custody. In the early hours of Sunday morning during what appears to be a serious domestic dispute between the couple, the twenty-year-old woman stabbed the man inside a home in West Bay, police said. In a separate incident a 20-year-old man has now been charged with stabbing a 36-year-old man at Club 7 on 10 December. The man is scheduled to appear in court today (Monday 19 December) to face charges of wounding with intent to cause GBH.

The man was arrested by police in West Bay two days after the victim turned up at the  hospital in George Town in the early hours of the morning suffering from a number of stab wounds to his torso.

Police said that the most recent stabbing victim, who remains at the Cayman Islands Hospital in a stable condition, was stabbed in the chest. Police received the report at about 12.25 am on Sunday, 18 December, and went to the scene at North West Point Road, where the woman was arrested on suspicion of Assault GBH and remains in custody while police enquiries continue.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    …unless you suspect he got a 4 ft cow cod in his pocket 🙂

  2. Anonymous says:

    Knives are the weapons of choice in the Cayman Islands.


    Have you noticed that in the past couple of yearsthere have been dozens and dozens of stabbings reported  in the Cayman Islands.  Remember there are many more not making the news.

    Most of the stabbings that  I read about over the past 3 years started out as a verbal altercation and later escalated into violence.

    My advice is, if you are in a verbal altercation try your best to keep the situation from escalating and keep your eyes on their hands at all times. Also stay about 2 arm lengths away.


    Be safe

  3. Knot S Smart says:

    Things getting hot…