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Father hacked to death by son

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The victim

19th May, 2017

By NAZRINI BADARUN

TAWAU: A dead-of-night domestic argument left a 56-year-old man slashed to death and his son hospitalised with stab wounds.

Police rushed to the scene after receiving an emergency call shortly after 3am yesterday, said district police chief, ACP Fadil Marsus.

At the village house in Kampung Sungai Gading 1 Wakuba, Jalan Apas, cops found Ali Nordin dead with wounds to the neck and head.

Beside the dead man, they found the victim’s 27-year-old injured son. He was rushed to the district hospital where he is being treated in the emergency ward for a stab wound to the stomach.

“We believe a misunderstanding between the father and son led to the fatal attack,” Fadil said.

He said police believed the suspect was under the influence of drugs when he attacked his father.

Police seized a 28-inch machete and a 10-inch knife believed to be the weapons used in the incident and a Vivo mobile phone.

The deceased was a carpenter while his son is a garbage collection contract worker.

The case is being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code.

   
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