Man stabbed to death by drinking buddy in Quezon province | Inquirer News

Man stabbed to death by drinking buddy in Quezon province

By: - Correspondent / @dtmallarijrINQ
/ 12:31 PM November 27, 2022

LUCENA CITY – A drinking session between two friends turned bloody after one of them stabbed and killed the other in Dolores town in Quezon province on Saturday night (November 26), a report on Sunday (November 27) said.

The Quezon police said in a report that construction worker Alex Dorado, 43, and farmer Joey Maro, 26, were having a drink around 6 p.m. in Barangay (village) Sta. Lucia when a heated argument ensued between the duo.

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Dorado left and later came back armed with a bolo. He suddenly stabbed Maro in his back.

The victim was taken to a hospital in neighboring San Pablo City, Laguna but later died while undergoing treatment due to a deep stab wound.

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Dorado was arrested and is facing murder charges.

The report said the tragic incident was caused by a “misunderstanding aggravated by drunkenness.”

The report did not specify the cause of the argument.

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