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Assault - Port Colborne disturbance results in 3 injured

Posted on Monday August 06, 2018
UPDATE 1 - Monday August 6, 2018
 
On August 04, 2018,  at approximately 2:30 am, the Niagara Regional Police Service responded to a disturbance at the intersection of King Street and Charlotte Street in the City of Port Colborne.
 
Police attended the area and identified three people at the scene that had suffered potentially serious injuries. The investigation revealed that two of the three people had been stabbed and another had been assaulted. All three persons were transported to the hospital where they were treated and later released.
 
On August 05, 2018, police arrested the suspect in this incident who is believed to be the person responsible for the injuries to all three of the victims.
 
Daniel Willick, 29 years, of Niagara Falls has been arrested and charged with the following 15 alleged offences:
 
- Assault with a Weapon (2 Counts), Contrary to Section 267(a) of the Criminal Code;
- Assault, Contrary to Section 266 of the Criminal Code;
- Breach of Recognizance (2 Counts), Contrary to Section 145(3) of the Criminal Code
- Breach of Probation (10 counts), Contrary to Section 733.1(1) of the Criminal Code.
 
The accused is being held in custody and will appear for a bail hearing on Monday, August 06, 2018.
 
Detectives from the 3 District Detective Services Branch continue to investigate this matter and are interested in speaking with anyone who may have witnessed this altercation. Detectives can be reached at (905) 735 7811 extension 3-9015.
 

Incident Number: 18-75341
Submitted By: John Garner
Approved By: John Garner

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