St Ann businessman accused of biting man’s ear

ST ANN, Jamaica— A small business operator in St Ann was charged with wounding with intent on Tuesday after he allegedly attacked a man on Friday, September 9 in Lime Hall.

Charged is 54-year-old Robert Webb of a Lime Hall address.

Reports from the St Ann’s Bay Police are that about 9:00 am, Webb walked up to a man and used a knife to stab him in the left side and left hand. The man managed to grab onto the knife when Webb bit off a piece of his ear before escaping in the area.

On Monday, October 3, the victim identified Webb as the attacker, and the businessman was subsequently charged. His court date is being finalised.

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