FEMALE STUDENT STABBED IN LOVERS' QUARREL
FEMALE STUDENT STABBED IN
A teenage girl and a grown woman are now the subjects of much chatter following a gory stabbing incident in Albert Town, Trelawny, last week.
According to reports, a woman travelling in a motor vehicle alighted from the vehicle and approached the uniformed 17-year-old female student of the Albert Town High School in the parish. It is said that the two hurled insults at each other before exchanging blows.
By the end of the squabble, the student was left bleeding profusely. The woman reportedly fled the scene thereafter.
It is also alleged that the dispute was regarding relations with a man.
The matter was reported to detectives at the Ulster Spring Police Station by the teenager, accompanied by her mother. The woman was subsequently
arrested and charged with unlawful wounding.
When THE STAR contacted the Ulster Spring police, a detective on duty confirmed that the woman was taken into custody and subsequently granted station bail.
A roughly 15-second video chronicling the event has since gone viral on several social media platforms. The video shows the teenager clad in her uniform drenched in blood, sparking fury among several viewers.
"Why she never go stab the man...?" one user wrote.
Another added: "Me agree that these children don't know them self, but the man dem worst, leave the little girls alone."