Updated September 23 at 2:55 pm
A 17-year-old young man was arrested and charged with several crimes, including attempted murder, following an incident in which a woman was stabbed to death near Medina Lane in downtown Sudbury on September 15.
Greater Sudbury Police detectives charged the teenager earlier this morning following an investigation.
Shortly before 12:40 p.m., detectives from the GSPS Break Enter and Robbery (BEAR) Unit of the Integrated Crime Section, assisted by patrol officers, located and arrested the youth on Elgin Street.
The defendant is charged with:
- Carry a concealed weapon
- Owning a weapon for a dangerous purpose
- Trying to commit murder
- Failure to comply with the release order
- Don’t keep to the sentence
According to the Youth Criminal Law, the accused may not be named. He went to the Bailiff today to answer the above charges.
The Greater Sudbury Police Department has released a video-monitored photo of the person they believe stabbed a woman to death on September 15 while walking down Medina Lane in downtown Sudbury.
Anyone with information about the identity of this person is asked to contact us at 705-675-9171.
Sudbury Police are seeking help from the public after they were stabbed overnight on Medina Lane in downtown Sudbury.
Police say they were called to the scene around 8:30 p.m. on September 15 after a report of a gun attack was reported.
Police were told that an unknown person stabbed a woman while she was walking off Medina Lane on the way.
Upon arrival, officials found a 26-year-old woman who was believed to have been stabbed. She was rushed to hospital with serious injuries by the City of Greater Sudbury Medical Services.
Through the investigation, it was found that an unknown person approached two women walking along the path and knocked one of the women to the ground while she was stabbing her. The person escaped on foot before the police arrived.
The person is described as 5-6 to 5-7 tall and was wearing dark clothing, a baseball cap, and the hood of their jacket pulled over their head at the time of the incident.
At this point in time, the police could not determine whether the people knew each other.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the police at 705-675-9171.