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Suspect arrested over fatal stabbing on Miyazaki street

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Police in Miyazaki City on Monday arrested a 47-year-old man on suspicion of murder after he allegedly stabbed another man after an argument on Sunday night.

According to police, Yoshiharu Hisatsune, a construction worker, has admitted to stabbing Otohiko Saito, 47. Fuji TV reported that a passerby saw Saito lying on the street near JR Sadowara Station at around 11:25 p.m. Sunday and called 110. Saito was taken to hospital where he died from multiple stab wounds at around 12:30 a.m. Monday.

Police said that prior to the incident, Saito had been drinking with friends at a nearby pub. His friends told police they heard Saito having an argument with someone on his phone before they parted. Police said Hisatsune left a blood-stained knife and personal belongings at the scene.

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There's a lot of violent deaths between construction workers here, including a friend's father years ago. How does that compare with other countries?

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a lot of them contructs, are yak soldiers or yak related. they kill each other a lot in Shinjuku, fukuoaka, Taito ku, Nagoya, Shizuoaka, Hiratsuka, and Kobe, Osaka, Yokohama, and Gunma, google japan construct workers murdered...

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Btang

what's your interest only in crime posts?

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Yaks gonna yak.

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Another ‘new normal’, as you only could stop those killings by stopping all construction works. lol

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Zichi, could you help an old altar boy out since you like to save jn face so much...

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zichman this is the crime section fool.

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While most of suspects deny the charge, the suspect this time around owns up to the charge rather obediently. Rest the victim's soul rest in piece.

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