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January 27, 2014
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Man on wounding rap gets bail extension

A man accused of stabbing his girlfriend during a domestic dispute, had his bail extended in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court.

He is Stephen James, who is charged with malicious destruction of property and unlawful wounding.

"I went to the supermarket, he drape me up and asked me who was that I was coming home withÉhe drape me up and stab me," the complainant told the court.

James pleaded not guilty to the charges. It was revealed to the court that the two mediated and agreed to settle the case, however the problems persisted.

"Your honour, after the mediation centre. I not doing anything to her, the problem is total jealousy!" James said.

Resident Magistrate Judith Pusey ordered the man to return to court on March 6 for trial. A fingerprint order was also made.

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