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Cops seek alleged assailant after TTC rider attacked on bus

Nov 28, 2023Nov 28, 2023

Police are hunting a suspect after an unprovoked attack on a TTC bus in Scarborough.

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An assailant put a victim, who was standing by the front doors of the bus, in a chokehold for no apparent reason last Friday around 7:40 p.m. in the Kennedy Rd.-Sheppard Ave. E. area, according to Toronto Police.

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Officers reported that the victim sustained injuries and that the attacker fled the bus on foot.

He is described as Black, 30-40 years old, with a black beard. He was wearing a white tank top, khaki cargo shorts and black shoes.

Victim hospitalized after downtown carjacking

A man was in hospital with serious injuries after a downtown carjacking on Saturday night.

Toronto Police said that officers were called to the area of Bathurst St. and Adelaide Place, near Adelaide St., where they located a man with injuries.

Police said the suspects fled in the stolen vehicle.

The victim was taken to a hospital by an emergency run. The investigation is ongoing.

Homicide in Collingwood

OPP officers in Collingwood are investigating a homicide.

Officers from the Collingwood and Blue Mountains OPP Detachments were called on Friday, at 10:45 p.m., to a disturbance on Matthew Way in Collingwood.

Police have released few details, but say there is no risk to the public as they do not believe the homicide was a random act.

Unsecure load of trash, driver charged

Just a pile of dangerous junk barrelling down the road.

Aurora OPP pulled over a truck this weekend in the southbound lanes of Hwy. 404 for having an insecure load.

"Use of bungee cords and pieces of concrete ready to fall out. This can be avoided with the use of ratchet straps and tarp to hold in debris that can fall out, causing a dangerous situation for motorists," police tweeted.

The driver has been charged.

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