Woman charged with attempted murder in Etobicoke condo assault

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Police said the man fled the apartment with the baby to seek help.

Woman Charged After Altercation Where Baby Was Stabbed, Assaulted

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The man fled the apartment with the baby to seek help, police said, and his injuries are considered minor.

The child remains in hospital in critical condition but Const. David Hopkinson told CP24 that he thinks the baby will survive.

She is facing 5 charges including attempted murder, two counts of uttering death threats, assault causing bodily harm and assault with a weapon.

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The woman will be back in a courtroom Friday morning for a bail hearing.Move rolls back restrictions that keep big providers from blocking services they don’t likeRelated: Four-month-old baby girl critically injured in TorontoDo you want to help shapethe Toronto Star's future?After initial confusion about the nature of the infant’s injuries, Toronto police Const. David Hopkinson says the girl was both assaulted and stabbed.

Despite pilot project, commuters say King streetcar still too crowdedIn addition to the attempted murder charge, the woman is also facing two counts of utter death threats, assault cause bodily harm and assault with a weapon.a man and a four-month-old girl were stabbed on Wednesday.

Police previously told CP24 that the man was stabbed and the baby was “grievously” injured in an assault.

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The incident sparked alarm and confusion on Wednesday, with initial reports suggesting that the child had been stabbed. Later on Wednesday, police said the child’s injuries were not from a stabbing. On Thursday, Toronto police Const. David Hopkinson said the baby was both assaulted and stabbed.

A 34-year-old woman was arrested at the scene. She is charged with attempted murder, assault causing bodily harm, assault with a weapon and two counts of uttering death threats.Police say the man fled with the baby to seek help. The woman made threats while holding the knife, and injured both the man and the baby. On Wednesday, he confirmed that the critical injuries resulted from the assault.

The woman taken into custody in connection with the incident was also transported to hospital to be treated for lacerations to her arms, Peel Paramedics told CP24.

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Police said in a release that the woman and man were arguing in an Etobicoke apartment Wednesday morning. A four-month-old baby was with them.

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Toronto Police say the mother was arrested after officers responded to an unknown trouble call at Evans Ave. and Sherway Gt. – across the street from Sherway Gardens mall – just after 8:30 a.m. “The other assault that the baby suffered is what caused the injuries that finds the baby in critical condition in hospital”. On Thursday, Toronto police Const. David Hopkinson said the baby was both assaulted and stabbed. “The man’s injuries are considered minor”. The child was rushed to hospital where she remained in critical condition on Thursday, police said.

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Stabbed and assaulted After initial confusion about the nature of the baby’s injuries, Hopkinson said the baby was stabbed, but the injuries the child sustained from an assault were far more serious. He did not provide details of that attack.

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