Jukasa News Update Tuesday, May 2, 2017
A 24 year old Guelph woman is under arrest after throwing a knife at one of her neighbours.
Police say two women heard an argument coming from their neighbours house. The pair went to check on the woman’s safety and were met at the door by another woman who was wielding a knife.
The pair fled. That is when the third woman threw the knife she was holding hitting one person in the chest.
No one was seriously injured.
The 24 year old knife thrower was charged with assault with a weapon and weapons dangerous to the public peace.
A 33-year-old woman is facing multiple charges after allegedly assaulting her mother during a family dispute in Montreal.
Witnesses say an argument turned violent when the accused’s 60-year-old mother was struck in the upper body with a sharp object.
Emmanelle Tremblay appeared in court Saturday and was charged with attempted murder, armed assault, assault and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.
Police say she will remain in custody until her next court appearance.
OPP are investigating after the remains of 20 coyotes were found on a farm in Norfolk County.
Police were called by a resident saying several dead animals had been spotted in a heavily wooded area on a farm.
Police did not reveal how the animals died, how long they are suspected to have been in the wooded area or if they have any suspects in the case.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact the police.
A community is in mourning after the discovery of the body of one of four missing men who went out on a hunting trip last week and never returned.
The body of 42 year old Walter Ladoucer of Fort Chipewyan was pulled Sunday from a river in Northeastern Alberta.
Ladoucer and two of the men still missing were part of a Canadian Reserve unit in the area.
The four went on a hunting trip April 23rd. RCMP are now searching the waterways in the area for signs of the three other men who are still missing.