South-side housing complex stabbing sends female victim to hospital in Thunder Bay

South-side housing complex stabbing sends female victim to hospital in Thunder Bay
Altercation at Newfies Pub sends 3 to hospital, says Thunder Bay police
THUNDER BAY – A 34-year-old woman is under arrest after a stabbing incident at the Limbrick Street housing complex.

Police say they received a call at about 3 a.m. on Wednesday about a 20-year-old woman who had been stabbed and arrived to find the victim in need of medical attention.

A 32-year-old female and a 31-year-old and a 35-year old male were sent to Thunder Bay Regional Health Science Centre by ambulance for medical treatment. One of the individuals was stabbed three times, and is to undergo surgery. Another of the victims required stitches, and was released after treatment.

The subsequent investigation led officers to another residence in the complex, where a suspect was taken into custody.

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police attended Newfies Pub on November 13, 2018, just before 1:00 am on a report of multiple persons requiring medical attention after an altercation in the establishment.

Larissa Jahnke was charged with assault with a weapon and breach of undertaking. She’s been remanded into custody.

Police report that “Two patrons attempted to break it up but in the process, they were injured along with one of the males involved in the argument. The suspect left prior to police arrival.

Three people in Thunder Bay, Ont., have been sent to hospital by ambulance for medical treatment after an altercation at a pub in the city's south side.

Rather than post details on social media anyone who can assist in this investigation is asked to contact the police at 684-1200 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or www.p3tips.com.

Police said they attended Newfie's Pub on November 13 just before 1 a.m. after a report of multiple people needing medical attention.

According to a written release issued on Wednesday, an investigation revealed that an argument occurred between two men in the bar.

Two patrons attempted to break it up but in the process were injured along with one of the men involved in the argument.

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