A 36-year-old Grenadian woman who allegedly stabbed her common-law husband twice last week Friday was granted $30,000 bail with a surety by a Port-of-Spain Magistrate on Friday.
The accused, who resides in Laventille, as a part of her bail conditions, was ordered not to have any communication with her husband and to report to her local police station once a week until her next court hearing on December 9.
She was arrested and charged on November 10, with one count of grievous bodily harm by WPC Phillip of the Gender-Based Violence Unit (GBVU) following investigations into a November 4, domestic dispute report.
According to police reports, at 11:30pm, a man was at his Laventille home with his common-law wife when they got into an argument.
The man, police were told, was hit by his wife who then used a scissors to stab him twice in the chest causing serious injuries.
He was able to escape and was assisted by neighbours who conveyed him to the Port-of-Spain General Hospital for treatment.
The investigation was supervised by Superintendent Claire Guy-Alleyne and Assistant Superintendent (Ag) Lystra Bridglal of the GBVU.
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