MÉRIDA, YUCATAN (August 22, 2020).- A family gathering in Villas de Oriente Kanasín ended with a brawl between brothers-in-law, one of whom ended up in the hospital and the other in jail.
A sister-in-law and the wife of the injured were also sent to prison for disturbances during the intervention of the authorities.
The events occurred on Saturday, August 22, at approximately 6 in the afternoon in a property located on Calle 69-A, between Calle 2 and Calle 6 of Villas Oriente Kanasín, where they were celebrating a family gathering.
Suddenly a fight broke out between Denis O.P., 42, and her brother-in-law Ángel C.M., 32, both drunk.
Denis got the worst of it because he was wounded in the face, near the nasal septum, with a knife attacked by his brother-in-law.
Police and paramedics arrived at the scene, arrested the aggressor, and took the injured person to the O’Horán hospital.
During the intervention of the authorities, a sister-in-law and the wife of the wounded man became impertinent, and apparently insulted the police officers, for which they were detained too.
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