Arrest made in violent home invasion in Peterborough

Arrest made in violent home invasion in Peterborough
Men armed with baseball bats with nails sticking out of them break into Peterborough home, attack two people
Two people were injured after a group of men broke into a Peterborough home armed with baseball bats with nails protruding out of them.

The assault took place on Nov. 7, according to Peterborough Police, at about 8:40 p.m. Police say a group of men went to a Peterborough home and, after being denied entry, broke inside. Along with being armed with baseball bats, police believe two men also had knives on them.

Police report that one man was injured. A woman was also injured when she attempted to follow the men after they fled the home.

Police and paramedics were called. Both victims were taken to hospital for treatment of their injuries.

Jordan Donoghue, 21, of Peterborough, is charged with assault causing bodily harm, break and enter, possession of weapon for dangerous purpose, and disguise with intent.

A man and woman were taken to hospital after a home invasion at a Bruce Street home in Peterborough on Wednesday night.

One man has been arrested and police are seeking other suspects following a violent home invasion in Peterborough on Wednesday night.

Police say around 8:40 p.m., a group of men showed up at a Bruce Street home brandishing baseball bats with nails and carrying knives. They allegedly broke into the home after being denied entry.

A man was injured and a woman, who police say attempted to follow the accused once they fled the residence, was also injured.

Jordan Donoghue, 21, of Ireland Drive, Peterborough, is charged with assault causing bodily harm, break and enter and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and disguise with intent.

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