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Canada Man beaten and forced into car during attempted kidnapping in Etobicoke

01:20  21 october  2019
01:20  21 october  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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There’s a BIG difference between a carjacking and a kidnapping , and you need to know the responses to each to practice Active Self Protection effectively!

The man was seen being bundled into a car in Wilson Grove, pictured, in Southwark Google Streetview. Detectives are appealing for information after a suspected kidnapping in south London saw a man assaulted and then bundled into a car . Police say the incident happened at around 7.45pm in

A man is in life-threatening condition after an attempted kidnapping near Centennial Park Sunday afternoon, sparking a police chase that ended with a car being dumped in a ditch.

Police were called just after 5 p.m. for reports of a beating in the Renforth Drive and Tabard Gate area in Etobicoke. That's where they say the victim was beaten, stabbed and forced into a vehicle.

Const. David Hopkinson told CBC News officers nearby saw four suspects inside the car and a victim with "obvious injuries."

The vehicle failed to stop for the officers, prompting an approximately 12 kilometre pursuit before it was abandoned on Legion Road, with the victim still inside.

Three people were taken into custody, but one remains at large.

The suspect is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone who sees him is asked not to approach him and instead call police.

Police say the victim is now in hospital in unconscious. 

Trial begins Tuesday into case involving severe beating of Dafonte Miller .
A Toronto police officer and his brother are set to go on trial on Tuesday to face charges after a young black man was severely beaten in Whitby, Ont., in a case that made headlines nearly three years ago. Michael Theriault, a Toronto Police constable, and Christian Theriault, a civilian, are charged with one count each of aggravated assault and obstructing justice.The brothers are accused of beating Dafonte Miller, then 19, with a metal pipe on Dec. 28, 2016 in the area of Thickson Road and William Stephenson Drive, a residential area of Whitby, east of Toronto. Michael Theriault was off duty at the time.

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