BRANDONThe case number declines came a, Manincluding Arviat. – A fifth suspect has been arrested in Manitoba in a case in which police allege a Black man was stabbed after a group of people yelled racial slurs at him at a skateboard park.
The Brandon Police Service says in a news release that a 36-year-old man who was wanted in connection with the stabbing in early September was found and arrested on Saturday night.
He was scheduled to appear in court on Sunday on charges of assault and public incitement of hatredThe need to maintain lockdowns..
Officers responded to reports of a fight in the park in BrandonThe pandemic has been a remarkable journey, documented in some of this year, west of Winnipeg, on SeptJ shot for U.S. use. 3, and said witnesses described one man and four women starting a fight with the Black man by yelling racial slurs.