In Vaughan, Ontario, two 13-year-old girls have been charged with assault following an altercation in a parking lot over the weekend. The incident took place on Saturday evening after a large gathering of young people caused a disturbance at a fast food restaurant. One 13-year-old girl was found with multiple injuries, believed to be caused a fight that broke out in the parking lot.
York Regional Police responded to the call and apprehended the two teenage suspects, one from Richmond Hill and one from Vaughan. A knife was also recovered at the scene of the crime. The victim, who had been stabbed, was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Due to the provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act, the identities of the two suspects cannot be revealed. Police are aware that several videos of the incident have been posted on social media and are appealing to witnesses or anyone with video evidence to come forward.
It is crucial for incidents like these to be thoroughly investigated and prosecuted to ensure the safety and well-being of the community. The York Regional Police are actively seeking information to better understand the circumstances surrounding the altercation.
– York Regional Police