Three persons arrested after brawl at Unity

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The Police are investigating an incident that occurred on 2022-04-19 at about 00:30hrs at Lot 26 Unity Mahaica, East Coast Demerara by several identifiable males.

In a press release police said the scene was visited on 2022-04-19 at about 01:00hrs by Inspector Elexy, Sergeant 20350 Fraser, D/constable 23793 Cockfield and a party of police ranks from  the Mahaica Police Station.

Enquiries disclosed that the suspects and one of the victims, Gurdat Jairman called ‘Fat Boy’, age 29 years of 135 Unity Mahaica have an ongoing dispute.

The said victim was charged in February 2022 for discharging a loaded firearm at one of the suspects, where no evidence was offered in Court.

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It is alleged that on the date and time mentioned above, the suspects were at KK Gas Station where they had a confrontation with a relative of Gurdat Jairman.

The police closed off the activities at 00:00hrs and several individuals were dispersed. A group of males went to the residence of Gurdat Jairman, Rajita Chan, Varsha Mohammed, and Surajdeo Nandan where they confronted Gurdat Jairman and they had an argument after which the suspects began to pelt several bottles and pieces of wood at the properties causing damage to the building. In the process of doing this, one of the suspects went into Surajdeo Nandan’s home who was at the time in his bed and stabbed him.

The police were summoned and three suspects were arrested. The victim who received his injury was taken to the Mahaicony Cottage Hospital where he was treated and discharged.

Several persons were questioned, statements taken and scene photographed. Investigation in progress. Reported to police on 2022-04-19 at about 00:45 hrs.



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