NORTH DUNDAS — Two men and a woman have been charged in connection with a violent Chesterville altercation in which a 17-year-old youth stands accused of stabbing one of the men multiple times, sending him to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The unidentified teen was charged last month with aggravated assault, assault with a weapon and other Criminal Code offences in the Oct. 24 event that happened during the wee hours of the morning outside the Queen Street apartment building.
Following the initial incident, the SD&G OPP now says “a vehicle fled the scene and struck a parked vehicle and a pedestrian at the location. The pedestrian suffered non-life threatening injuries. There was also a second, related confrontation on King Street involving a 45-year-old female.”
The detachment reports the Nov. 4 arrest of the driver of the vehicle, Jonathan Carnochan, 33, of North Dundas, who is charged with dangerous operation and fail to stop at accident resulting in bodily harm.
Arrested Nov. 9, the unnamed 45-year-old woman, also a resident of North Dundas, is charged with assault, according to the detachment.
In addition, the man who was stabbed — an unnamed 31-year-old — is charged with failing to comply with a release order – breach of curfew.
All three accused were released to appear Dec. 1 in Morrisburg court.
Those not identified have had their names withheld “to protect the identity of the victim,” according to the SD&G OPP, which continues to investigate the matter with the assistance of the Crime Unit.