Toronto police say one of the people who had been injured in a Halloween party in downtown Toronto has died in hospital.Police affirmed the victim’s death in an update released Saturday night, adding the homicide squad could be taking within the investigation.Officers and paramedics were called to a land on Madison Avenue, north of Bloor Street West and east of Spadina Road, just after 11:40 p.m. on Thursday with reports of a stabbing.
2 charged with attempted murder following 5 hurt at Toronto house party struggle
Police said on Friday that a girl and a guy were denied entrance. “They forced their way in, slashing and stabbing people indoors as well as outdoors as they were leaving,” researchers said in a statement.Three people were found with stab wounds and two others sustained”other harms.”
Toronto Paramedics told Global News Friday that all five people were taken to hospital. Police said all but one of the victims are in secure condition.Police stated a 15-year-old Richmond Hill girl, who can’t be identified as a result of the Youth Criminal Justice Act, also 19-year-old Jacob Alves were charged with attempted murder, dangerous weapons, and three counts of aggravated assault and three counts of assault with a weapon.Both were scheduled to appear at Toronto courtrooms Friday morning.Anyone with information was asked to call police or Crime Stoppers anonymously.
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