Violence lands three men in hospital

| 15/07/2014

(CNS): Three men who all received stab wounds were treated in hospital on Sunday and Monday morning after two separate incidences of violence. Police said that at around 2:00am Sunday morning a fight between two men at a home in Bodden Town resulted in one being stabbed in the neck and leg and the second being arrested. Another two men said they were set upon and robbed by a gang of three men and two women outside a George Town bar in the early hours of Monday morning. One of the men, who underwent surgery, was stabbed in the chest while the second man was stabbed in the face.

According to an RCIPS spokesperson, the fight in Bodden Town involved a 54-year-old man and a 38-year-old. The younger of the two received stab wounds in his neck and his right leg and was taken by ambulance to the hospital, while the 54-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of wounding and is still in police custody.

On Monday morning at 2:21am the hospital reported that two men had arrived with stab wounds. A 36-year-old man from George Town who was stabbed in the chest was taken to surgery while his cousin, who received a cut to the left side of his face, was treated and discharged. The men were reportedly at a night spot off Shedden Road in George Town having cocktails when they were attacked by three males and two females,who demanded money.

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