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Mar 8, 2012

Robert Tracey remanded for stabbing victim

In the courts, a former Security Guard of the Magistrate’s Court, who was stabbed in the neck on February twenty-ninth, today saw his alleged attacker remanded to prison. The accused man, twenty-five year old Robert Tracey, appeared before Senior Magistrate Sharon Frazer to be read two charges; Attempted Murder and Grievous Harm upon Loren Lennan. Reports are that Lennan was urinating near a fence on Bocotora Street when he was attacked from behind and stabbed once on the neck. Lennan ran into a game shop in the area yelling for help and was rushed to the K.H.M.H.  In court today, no plea was taken and no bail could be offered, which means Tracey will be behind bars until his next court date on April eighteenth.

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