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UPDATE: Second Man Charged in Relation to George Town Assault Incident, 13 June

13th June, 2022 Police Headlines

Update (13 June):

A man, age 32 of George Town, has been arrested and formally charged with Assault ABH in relation to an assault which took place on Sunday, 20 February, outside the Power Supply Bar on Lawrence Boulevard.

 

He appears in court today, 13 June.

 


Update (17 May):

A man, age 21 of George Town, was arrested in relation to an incident involving a serious assault, which took place on Sunday, 20 February, outside the Power Supply Bar on Lawrence Boulevard.

 

The man was subsequently formally charged with Robbery and Assault, and appeared in court on Friday, 13 May. He was remanded in custody pending a further appearance on Friday, 27 May. Enquiries continue with regards to a second suspect also involved.

 


Initial Release (22 February):

Just after 10:30PM on Sunday, 20 February, police and other emergency service were dispatched a residence located on Anthony Drive in George Town, by the 9-1-1 Communications Centre, to a report of a serious assault. When officers arrived, they were informed that one man had been assaulted by several others and that the assault had taken place outside the Power Supply Bar located at the Marquee Plaza on Lawrence Boulevard, George Town a short while earlier.

 

The injured man was attended to by the Emergency Medical Services at the residence and then transported to the hospital for further treatment by ambulance. He is believed to have sustained serious but non-life-threatening facial injuries and was later discharged.

 

This incident is being investigated by CID and anyone with information regarding the incident, specifically, anyone who may have witnessed the assault taking place, is encouraged to call the George Town Police Station at 949-4222.

 

Anonymous tips can be provided directly to the RCIPS via our Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777, or via our website

 

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