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Woman fatally stabsman in domestic brawl
A man who was stabbed in the neck during a domestic brawl was found dead yesterday in Belmont.
According to a police report, at about 4.15 am residents as Belle Eau Road were awakened to loud noises coming from the home of a woman.
Police said neighbours heard a man and woman quarrelling and noises suggesting that they were fighting.
The man, later identified as Atiba Hamlet, was stabbed in the neck with a sharp object. The woman, 27, ran to get help.
The woman later surrendered and claimed she was acting in self-defence.
Yesterday, at Forensic Science Centre, St James Hamlet’s relatives denied commenting.
Investigations are continuing.
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