ANTIGUA – Jamaican man who chopped woman now in police custody

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A Jamaican man who was wanted by police in connection with allegations of wounding, is now in custody.

Conroy “Connie” Jones, was accompanied by his lawyer, when he surrendered himself at the Criminal Investigations Department around 11:15 a.m. on Tuesday.

He is currently assisting the police with their investigations.

On September 16, Jones is alleged to have armed himself with a cutlass and viciously wounded the 27-year-old mother of his children.

The woman was rushed to Mount St Johns Medical Center with multiple chop wounds about her body and was said to be in critical condition and had to undergo surgery.

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