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Police Asking for Assistance in Identifying Suspects in Hub Assault

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On June 3, 2017 at approximately 12:30 a.m. Kingston Police responded to a large fight in the area of Princess Street and Division Street, also known as the Hub. Two victims were transported to hospital.

 

The suspects fled on foot and officers began searching the area. Five males matching the description of the suspects were found walking on Princess Street near Albert Street. Three males were detained while two took off running. One of the three males detained was determined to be involved in the altercation. That male was arrested while the other two were released at the scene.

 

The accused was transported to police headquarters were he was held to attend a bail hearing. The accused was charged with two counts of assault, and cause disturbance.

 

Two other males involved have been identified by Detectives and are currently being sought by police. Two suspect are still unknown at this time and police are asking for assistance in identifying them.

 

Please view the attached photo. Detectives are looking to identify the male suspect in the red shirt with the white Air Jordan logo and the shorter darker skinned male suspect with the black hat and grey/black hoodie. Anyone with information or cell phone footage of the fights, is asked to please contact Detective Blair Watt at 613-549-4660 ext. 6320 or via email at bwatt@kpf.ca.

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