Man hacks father over land dispute in Quezon province | Inquirer News

Man hacks father over land dispute in Quezon province

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LUCENA CITY—A 74-year-old man was wounded Friday, July 29, after his son hacked him in Tagkawayan town in Quezon province over a land dispute, said authorities.

Tagkawayan police reported that the victim, Alfredo De Guzman, and his son, Lauro, 58, were having a discussion in their house in Barangay Bamban at 12:50 a.m.


Suddenly, a heated argument ensued, prompting Lauro to hack his father twice before escaping.

The victim was taken to the Maria Eleazar General Hospital for treatment while police hunted the suspect.


The police said a land dispute between the two triggered the hacking incident but did not elaborate. INQ



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