Woman hacked to death by partner at son’s birthday party after heated argument

A 28-year-old farmer in the Philippines’ southern province of Davao de Oro reportedly hacked his partner to death during a dispute.

Jimmy Genobiagon Artelahon and his partner Jelly Joy Coscos, 20, celebrated their son’s birthday party at their home in the Dumlan district of Maco on Wednesday, radio station Bombo Radyo reported, citing community police.

But the two reportedly got into a fight around midnight after the guests left.

According to ABS-CBN News, Coscos had threatened to leave the residence with her child.

The threat reportedly angered Artelahon, who cut Coscos in the head, back and other body parts at dawn.

Coscos eventually died from the wounds she sustained.

Artelahon surrendered and local officials took him to the Maco Municipal Police Station.

Police are reportedly preparing evidence related to the criminal case being filed against Artelahon.

In a related story, a 25-year-old man shot dead his brother and sister-in-law over a legal dispute in India’s Uttar Pradesh state while the two victims were celebrating their daughter’s birthday late last year.

The man, identified only as Moolchand, used a handgun to fire four shots with a handgun at his brother Mohit Sharma and his brother’s wife, Pooja, on Saturday night November 13 in Khidarpur village in Bulandshahr, according to Shatrughan, official of the station house of Khanpur Yadav.

The couple’s daughter, Harshita Sharma, was cutting her birthday cake when Moolchand, also known by the alias Moola Kumar, began shooting, unnamed guests at the party claimed.

Before the shooting, Harshita asked her uncle to let her parents go, but Moolchand ignored her, according to witnesses.

Mohit and Pooja were seriously injured in the incident and both were taken to a hospital in Delhi.

Moolchand, who allegedly left the scene while waving his pistol in the air, was later arrested.

He and Mohit had argued before the party and during the event over the distribution of paternal land, police said.

“The family and guests were all stunned and couldn’t do much when he pulled out the pistol,” Yadav said.

“Most initially thought it was a fixed shot,” the officer added.

Depiction. A police chain.ValynPi14/Pixabay

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