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Man stabs his brother-in-law over beer

Posted: Jun 11, 2018 3:05 PM Updated:

A 30 year old man is accused of stabbing his brother in law during an argument over beer. KM Kerkorio is charged with aggravated assault and family violence.

Police responded to a disturbance in Dededo over the weekend.

Officers noticed the suspect wrestling with the victim by the roadway.

Documents state the suspect had been drinking alcohol, and later returned home accusing the victim of stealing his beer and beer money.

That's when he allegedly took a chef's knife and struck the victim on the top of his head. He suffered from a six inch cut. Medics treated him on scene.

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