A resident of Baramita, North West District (NWD), Region One (Barima-Waini) was fatally stabbed by a friend with whom he was imbibing at a popular drinking spot on Wednesday. Dead is Abraham Wilson, 30, of Cassique Creek, Baramita, NWD.Based on reports gathered, the two men were consuming alcohol when an argument broke out and quickly turned into a scuffle. It was during the altercation that the suspect whipped out a knife and stabbed Wilson several times to the body. The man reportedly collapsed and died almost immediately.The suspect on the other hand, escaped from the scene. Divisional and Branch Commander of F Division (Interior Locations), Senior Superintendent Ravindradat Budhram, confirmed that the stabbing incident occurred on Wednesday, October 12, 2016, but the body was brought out of the interior the following day.He however noted that the suspect is a well-known individual in the area and was being sought by the Toshao of the village and members of the Guyana Police Force who had travelled into the area to investigate the stabbing incident.Earlier in the month, a miner was stabbed to death during an argument at Sand Hills, Puruni Area, Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni).It was reported that the deceased and another man were consuming alcohol when an argument ensued. The argument quickly escalated into an altercation during which the suspect, armed with a sharp object, dealt the man several blows to the body. The injured man collapsed and died immediately. The suspect is still on the run.