Two wounding incidents, one involving two female hotel workers, are under investigation by police

The Police are investigating two wounding incidents, one involving a pair of
co-workers and the other in which a man was attacked, beaten, and injured by
a group of men.

Reports say that two female workers at a hotel in the east were involved in a
fight while on the job.
A 911 emergency operator reported to the Police that a brawl had broken out
at the resort and one woman had been wounded.
It is alleged that, as a result of the fight, a 22-year-old All Saints resident
sustained a wound to the left side of her forehead and a broken tooth.
Reports claim the two women were in the kitchen when the victim asked the
alleged offender (a Golden Grove resident) to step aside so that she could get
to a walk-in freezer.
However, the alleged offender reportedly responded by saying they were
going to be in “big problem today.” It is claimed that the Golden Grove woman
then walked into the victim and used her body to bump her.
A scuffle then ensued and the alleged offender reportedly struck the victim
with a hard but unidentified object.

The reported aggressor then left the compound. Subsequently, the Police
conducted a search for her, but she was not found. 
Reports say the injured woman was transported to the Sir Lester Bird Medical
Centre by Emergency Medical Service (EMS) personnel.
This offence reportedly occurred at about 11:30 a.m. on June 2.
Meanwhile, an Emergency Room doctor telephoned the Criminal
Investigations Department (CID) and reported that a Pigotts man had arrived
at the hospital with several stab wounds about his body.

Allegations are that the man was at a function at the Environment Division
when he was attacked by a group of men who inflicted the injuries to his

The alleged offenders reportedly are known to the victim.
This offence reportedly occurred at about 7 p.m. on June 2.