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Canada Two teens sought in Kingston in attempted murder investigation

20:11  10 april  2018
20:11  10 april  2018 Source:   globalnews.ca

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Two violent attacks in Kingston , Ont. — including one with a baseball bat — have led to the arrest of two teens on a number of charges, including attempted murder . Kingston police Det. Sgt. Jay Finn described both attacks as drug-related and said the investigation is ongoing.

Kingston Police have arrested both teens who allegedly left a man for dead in a Kingston alleyway. Police say both young men they arrested today were wanted on suspicion of attempted murder , two counts of aggravated assault, and robbery.

A photo of Josh Owen Simpson put out by Kingston Police. Police say he and another young man are accused of attempted murder.© Kingston Police A photo of Josh Owen Simpson put out by Kingston Police. Police say he and another young man are accused of attempted murder.

Kingston Police are on the lookout for two teens after a man was beaten and left for dead in a Kingston alleyway.

On April 9, around 5:20 p.m., police found a male victim lying in an alley behind 85 First Ave., between Kingscourt Avenue and Nelson Street.

According to police, the victim had been severely beaten by two male suspects. The man was taken to hospital where he is currently in critical condition.

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Tuesday, around 2 a.m., police say the same two suspects entered a home on Newmarket Lane and violently assaulted another male.

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News about Two teens sought in Kingston in attempted murder investigation .

Two teens , 17 and 19, face multiple charges including attempted murder after two violent attacks in Kingston , Ont., this week. Kingston police Det. Sgt. Jay Finn described both attacks as drug-related and said the investigation is ongoing.

Police have released the name and photos of one of the young men, 19-year-old Josh Owen Simpson, but have kept the identity of the 17-year-old suspect from the public.

Police say both young men are wanted on suspicion of attempted murder, two counts of aggravated assault, and robbery.

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The photo of Simpson was released so that residents can keep a lookout for him and his young companion.

Kingston police ask anyone who believes they have spotted the two men to call 911 immediately and are cautioning people not to approach them.

Anyone with information on their whereabouts or information on the attacks, is asked to please contact Detective Sergeant Jay Finn at 613-549-4660 ext. 6228 or via email at jfinn@kingstonpolice.ca.

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