Charity fisherman stabbed to death

A 30-year-old fisherman of Charity Squatting Area, Essequibo Coast, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) was on Sunday stabbed to death by a man, who suspected him of having an affair with the mother of his children.
Dead is 30-year-old Avienash Singh.
Reports are that the incident occurred on Sunday evening in the vicinity of a shop, which is operated by the woman at the centre of the alleged love triangle.
Police revealed that on Sunday night at bout 19:00h, Singh and his friends were at the shop consuming alcohol and the suspect was also at the shop, consuming alcohol at another table.

Dead: Avienash Singh

Sometime after, Singh left but was followed by the suspect after he alleged saw Singh collecting his National Identification Card and bank cards from the woman, who has a child for the suspect.
Investigations so far revealed that the suspect held onto Singh and began to assault him. Thereafter, the suspect allegedly whipped out a knife and stabbed Singh three times to his chest. Singh collapsed to the ground, and the suspect fled the scene on foot. The injured man was picked up in an unconscious state and rushed to the Charity Cottage Hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries while receiving medical attention.

Grieving mother, Indy Persaud

Speaking with Guyana Times, Singh’s mother, Indy Persaud, said that her son had gone to dry fish and complete a job and upon returning, he told her that he was going out again.
“When he come back, he tell me he going out lil so he went at the shop over there and I don’t know, can’t say what time it happen but the bai just bore he up and he fall down.” the grieving mother said.
The suspect was subsequently arrested and remains in custody.