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September 09, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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A 33- year- old Ba man custody  at the Lautoka Police station after he had allegedly stabbed his wife on Friday evening in front of a café’ in Lautoka City.

Police spokesman, Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri confirmed the incident to FijiLive and the man who is a cane cutter was angry because his wife had spent all his money.

The victim was treated at the Lautoka Hospital and later sent home.

Meanwhile, Police has not heard any word from the Koronivia research station about the 23 sachets of dried leaves found in possession of a 39- year- old man on Friday night.

 “We are still waiting for a reply from the Koronivia station so further action can be taken against him," said Sokomuri.

By Indrani Krishna

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