Man followed home and stabbed up after dispute while drinking at bar Loop Jamaica

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Thirty-nine-year-old Damion Rowe, a farmer of Lorimers, Wait-A-Bit, Trelawny, has been charged with wounding with intent following an incident in Lowe River in the parish on Sunday, January 8.

Reports from the Wait-A-Bit police are that about 10:50 pm, the now complainant and Rowe were at a bar having drinks when an argument developed between both men.

The now complainant subsequently left and went home, and it is alleged that Rowe followed him home and used a knife to inflict wounds to his abdomen.

A report was made to the police and the complainant was taken to hospital, where he was admitted in serious condition.

An investigation was launched and Rowe was arrested.

He was charged on Friday, January 13 after being questioned in the presence of his attorney.

His court date has not yet been finalised.