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Maui assault started during argument over money

KAHULUI, Hawaii –

An assault on Maui over the weekend started during an argument over money.

Police documents show 80-year-old Natividad Domingo asked Lauralee Basbas to loan her some money, but when Basbas said she didn’t have any, Domingo allegedly poked her in her lower right abdomen with a kitchen knife.

The incident happened in the parking lot across the Kahului Salvation Army on Sunday.

Domingo’s charged with second degree assault.

Bail’s set at five-thousand dollars.

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