Teens charged with assault after North Battleford attacks
NORTH BATTLEFORD, Sask. – Three teens are facing a number of charges, including assault, after three people were attacked in North Battleford, Sask. on Sunday morning.
RCMP were originally called to Trudeau Street around 2:30 a.m. after receiving several reports of people damaging property and assaulting people.
Mounties arrested three youths, two 16 years of age and one 17, who police say were intoxicated.
The investigation led to a break and enter on Thompson Crescent where one person was attacked outside a residence.
The youths then went to Trudeau Street where they allegedly damaged at least four vehicles and attacked two people, one who suffered a broken leg.
The trio are facing charges that include assault, assault causing bodily harm, break and enter with intent and mischief.
Two youths have been released from custody to their guardians until a September court appearance.
The other youth was scheduled to appear in North Battleford court Monday morning.
Their names have not been released under provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
Mounties continue to investigate.
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