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Officers detain woman

Jamaican man killed

By Susan Mohammed susan.mohammed@trinidadexpress.com

A 33-YEAR-old Jamaican woman detained by police for the stabbing death of Jamaican security guard Michael Williams has given a statement to the police on the incident.

The woman was still in police custody last night.

Detectives also returned to the house where Williams lived in Union Road, Marabella, and where he was stabbed on Tuesday by a close female relative.

At around 11 a.m, Williams was stabbed with a kitchen knife in his chest after arguing with the suspect.

The suspect was held by police on Market Street, and Williams was taken to the hospital by an ambulance.

His relatives were also interviewed yesterday by the detectives.

The Express was told that Williams' relatives were making arrangements to have Williams' body flown back to his homeland of Jamaica.

Williams left his home in Clarendon and came to Trinidad seven months ago, along with the suspect.

The suspect gave birth to twin girls, Mikaylee and Mikayla, a month ago.

Williams' sister, Denise Williams, said the suspect and her brother had argued frequently.

Police said the suspect had accused Williams of being unfaithful.

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