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Apr 20, 2009

Electrician charged for knocking down wife

Story PictureIn court news, an electrician who allegedly knocked down his wife won’t go home to her tonight. Fifty-four year old Rudolph Dawson, also known as “Acid”, was charged today with Attempted Murder, Harm and Aggravated Assault. Magistrate Sharon Fraser did not take a plea because the case may go to the Supreme Court and she ordered that Dawson spend the next month in jail. The preliminary inquiry comes up on May twentieth. Dawson is charged because his wife, forty-three year old Primrose Dawson, reported to police that her husband wanted to be intimate early Saturday morning but she refused. Primrose says she packed some clothes and left home later that morning, but her husband followed and knocked her down with his car on Partridge Street. She suffered injuries to her knees when she fell and then hit her head and back on a concrete wall when she tried to move. Primrose’s injuries have been classified by a doctor as Harm. Rudolph was represented in court by Attorney Hubert Elrington.

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