Clarendon labourer charged after allegedly stabbing man during altercation

The Clarendon police have charged a man with wounding with intent after he allegedly stabbed another man during an altercation in Seven Ground district in the parish.

Charged is 40-year-old Ricardo Gordon, a labourer of the community.

Reports are that about 3:30pm, Gordon and the man had an altercation during which Gordon allegedly used a knife to stab the man. The police were alerted, and the injured man was taken to hospital for treatment.

Following an investigation into the incident, Gordon was arrested and charged after a question-and-answer session in the presence of his attorney.

His court date has not been finalised.

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