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Farmer charged for allegedly wounding his brother

Published:Saturday | May 8, 2021 | 4:02 PM

A St Elizabeth farmer has been arrested and charged with wounding with intent after he reportedly chopped his brother in the head. 

He is 52-year-old Everton Colquhoun of Woodland district, St Elizabeth. 

Reports from the Black River Police are that Colquhoun and his brother were at home when they got into an argument.

During the dispute, Colquhoun allegedly took a machete and inflicted a wound to his brother's head.

He was subsequently arrested and charged.

His court date is being finalised.

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