(THUNDER BAY, ON) – TWO MEN IN CUSTODY FOR STABBING A RANDOM MAN IN THE NECK AFTER BEING REFUSED A CIGARETTE.
Appearing by video this morning Tuesday January 22,2019 from the Thunder Bay Police Station are 19 year old HARLEY AUSTIN BEDWASH-LOON & 26 year old TRAVIS JACOB BEDWASH-LOON (pictured).
Her Worship, Jennifer Neill is presiding. Provincial Crown Franceline Auclair is here along with Duty Counsel.
Shortly past 12 am this morning, it’s alleged that HARLEY & TRAVIS approached a 30 year old male whom they did know near the Pacific Ave Bridge to East End. They asked the male for a cigarette. The random man did not have a cigarette for them.
HE WAS ALLEGEDLY STABBED IN THE NECK FOR NOT HAVING A CIGARETTE.
Thunder Bay Police arrived quickly on the scene as the victim made his way across the street to the Mac’s at the Simpson/McKenzie intersection. The victim was taken to hospital with very serious neck injury which has endangered his life.
They both have violent criminal histories.
Crown Attorney Auclair is not consenting to their release.
They are being transferred to the Thunder Bay Jail. They have a court appearance by video tomorrow.
If you have a picture of Harley or Travis, please send it in. The Director of Communications at TBPS failed to publish their photos.
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