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Stabbing in Pukatawagan leaves one dead

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A Pukatawagan man is dead following a stabbing incident Thursday night.

The altercation occurred just before 10:30 p.m. at a home in the Pukatawagan area. RCMP responded to a report of an injured man and upon arrival found the 36-year-old being transported to the local nursing station.

The victim, Lanny Dumas, died as a result of his injuries a short while later.

An autopsy was completed on Saturday, showing the death as a result of a stabbing.

Henrietta Bear, 35, has been charged with second-degree murder. Dumas and Bear had been living common law.

Bear is scheduled to appear in a Pukatawagan court on Monday.

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