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– Assailant had repeatedly threatened victimPolice on the West Coast of Demerara are in search of a man who stabbed his cousin’s reputed husband to death yesterday during an early morning feud.Reports are that 29-year-old Jermaine Jones of 17th Street, Diamond, East Bank Demerara, was pronounced dead on arrival at the Leonora Cottage Hospital at around 07:00 hours.The dead man’s stepson, Jamal Seymour, who witnessed almost the entire incident,Wholesale Jerseys China, said some two weeks ago, an elder cousin (name given) was accused of stealing $40,000 in cash, an IPod and a cellular phone from his grandfather. But the suspect had always insisted that he knew nothing of the missing items.The incident reportedly occurred at the Ruimzeight, West Coast Demerara home of Jones’s reputed wife, Monica Thomas.“We know he thief de ting because he was de only one in de house at de time when de tings went missing…but every time we ask he for de tings he saying he ain’t know about it.”Dead: Jermaine Jones Seymour said the incident was reported to the police at Den Amstel Station, but his cousin, although being invited to the station, never went.“De police tell we anytime he come home we must come and call dem.”Seymour added that since the incident his cousin would come home late in the nights and leave early in the mornings, before anyone in the house would get up.According to Seymour, late Monday evening when his cousin came home they began enquiring about the stolen articles and asked him to go in to the police to clear the matter up. The argument lasted into the wee hours of yesterday.“Dis whole thing start like around three dis (yesterday) morning.The constant interrogation angered the man to the extent that he attacked Seymour, and went on an expletive-laden tirade .“He run me out de yard with a cutlass and start cussing up and saying he ain’t going to no police station.” The teenager recounted that it was at that point his stepfather intervened.“Meh stepfather tell he ‘boy leh we go to de station and try fuh mek peace’… but is long he keep telling meh stepfather that he gon kill he.”“All de time we trying fuh get he fuh go to de station, but he keep fighting up and all de time he keep holding onto a bag he had in he hand.”The teen related that his cousin eventually put down the cutlass, at which point his stepfather attempted to subdue the man, who at the time seemed out of control and wanted to harm the household.“We de going fuh tie he up and call de police, but de man suddenly pull out a knife and start stabbing Jermaine.”Seymour said he ran out of the house in fear for his safety, but returned shortly after when he noticed that his knife-wielding cousin had fled too.“When I go back in de house I see meh stepfather on de floor bleeding and he tell me he get stab.”Seymour recounted that he made several attempts to call a taxi to take his wounded stepfather – who was losing blood rapidly – to the hospital, but two taxis refused. The lad, who was at home at the time with his visually impaired grandfather, a mentally-ill relative and his almost immobile grandmother, was forced to leave at around 04:00 hours for the Leonora Police Station to solicit assistance.Seymour added that when he arrived at the station he told ranks there what had happened to his stepfather. He said he was hurriedly escorted back to his home. The area where Jones was lying was awash with blood, and the policemen helped to place the severely injured man in their vehicle and rushed him to the Leonora Cottage Hospital.Jones, an employee of Toolsie Persaud Limited, was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital.The victim’s reputed wife, Monica Thomas, who is a security guard, told this newspaper that she was not at home at the time of the incident since she was working on the night shift. The woman also recalled that her cousin had threatened to kill her reputed husband because he (Jones) had intervened in the matter previously.The dead man’s mother, Joylyn Simpson, meanwhile,  told Kaieteur News that she was at their Diamond, East Bank Demerara home, when she was greeted with the news of her son’s demise. The woman said she last saw her son alive on Monday morning when he left for work. She added that she was not aware of the issue her son had with his “in-laws”.Up to press time the suspect was still at large.
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