Police searching for suspect after feces hurled onto people at Toronto universities
Police have released a photo of a suspect after people at two Toronto universities had feces thrown on them last week.Police have released a photo of a suspect after people at two Toronto universities had feces thrown on them last week.
+ Toronto police are investigating after a second teenage boy was stabbed near the Scarborough Town Centre mall within a 24-hour period. Emergency crews were called to the YMCA Centre on Town Centre Court, west of McCowan Road, just after 8 p.m. Saturday after a large fight occurred.
The province’s police watchdog has been called in to investigate after a woman was shot during an interaction with Toronto police Monday night. Peel police have launched an investigation after a video surfaced showing two suspects grabbing and throwing an unidentified male into the trunk of a
say they are investigating after fecal matter and urine were allegedly thrown at students in two of Toronto's university libraries.
Police said the first incident was reported on Friday at the's Robarts Research Library and the second incident was reported two days later, on Sunday, at a library.
In both incidents, students allege fecal matter was tossed at them, according to police.
The police divisions in each area are collaborating to confirm the details and determine whether the two incidents are connected and if they may have involved the same suspect.
Police said Monday morning that no arrests have been made.
Bail hearing delayed for man accused of flinging feces at Toronto strangers .
TORONTO — The 23-year-old man accused of flinging feces at Toronto university students will wait another two more weeks for a bail hearing. Samuel Opoku made a brief appearance in room 128 of Old City Hall Court Tuesday afternoon, dressed in a denim shirt and dark grey pants. Samuel Opoku made a brief appearance in room 128 of Old City Hall Court Tuesday afternoon, dressed in a denim shirt and dark grey pants. He sat swivelling in a plush blue office chair with his hands cuffed in front of him as his lawyer and the Crown notified the court that they had settled on a date for a special — meaning longer than usual — bail hearing.