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“Fatback” Webster stabbed by stepson

LOS LAGOS, Belize District, Thurs. July 7, 2016–Eugene “Fatback” Webster, 50, is lucky to be alive after his stepson stabbed him several times with four knives, according to police.

According to police reports, Webster and his stepson were in their Los Lagos home at around 3:45 a.m. on Wednesday when a heated argument ensued.

ACP Edward Broaster told Amandala, “We received information of a stabbing incident in the Los Lagos area where police visited the home of Eugene Webster and found him lying on the floor with multiple stab wounds.

“The ambulance service was summoned and they came and took Mr. Webster to the KHMH [Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital], where he was operated on and now he is listed in a stable condition. Investigation reveals that he was stabbed by his stepson and we are currently looking for his stepson. The scene was processed and we observed that there were four knives used in the stabbing.

“Mr. Webster was talking, I must mention, at the time the police arrived, and explained to the officers that it was his stepson that caused the wounds to him. From what we understand,

Mr. Webster’s stepson was asking him for a ride and apparently either he refused or he didn’t move fast enough; that is the initial motive for the stabbing at this time.”

“Fatback” suffered injuries to the back, neck and arm. His stepson, 21, is wanted by Ladyville police.

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