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Grudge Over Unpaid Debt Leads To Grade 11 Student’s Death

GRADE 11 – A 27-year-old man stabbed a Grade 11 student in front of his school over unpaid debt.

The existence of crime is scary and it happens every day all over the world. The government is trying their best to help prevent that from happening to us.

Most of the suspects commit crimes due to hate. Some of them just can’t control or have run out of patients so they decided to hurt them. But it should stop yourself and go no further or you’ll end up in jail.

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Based on a report from Sunstar, authorities arrested a 27-year-old man named Ray Jan Carmelotes after he stabbed a grade 11 student in front of his school on Wednesday morning, February 26, 2020.

The victim was a 16-year-old student at VMA Global College in Bacolod City. The suspect went to his school and stabbed him multiple times in front of his school in Barangay Sum-ag.

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According to the report, Police Lieutenant Jonito Pastrana, head of Police Station 9 said the victim sustained multiple wounds. He said the victim went out for lunch was along with his classmates when Carmelotes suddenly stabbed him with a kitchen knife.

The suspect attempted to escape but the school’s security guard and the police beat patrollers were quick to corner him. Cops recovered the weapon used in the crime.

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Based on the report, the teenager-victim was rushed to South Bacolod General Hospital and Medical Center Inc. He passed away at around 4 pm. Police Lieutenant Jonito Pastrana said Carmelotes alleged that he committed the crime because of grudge. He also said the Grade 11 student has debts to his brother.

The suspect is currently detained at Police Station 9 and he will be facing charges for murder.

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