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Aggravated assault charge laid in disturbance on Oneida Nation of the Thames First Nation: OPP

The Canadian Press file

A charge of aggravated assault was laid against a 45-year-old Oneida Nation of the Thames First Nation resident following a reported domestic disturbance over the weekend.

Emergency crews including Oneida Nation police, Oneida-Middlesex paramedics, and Middlesex OPP responded to an address on the First Nation shortly before 8 p.m. Saturday for a report of a disturbance involving edged weapons.

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Few details have been made public, but police said two people were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Police said a 45-year-old person of no fixed address was charged with aggravated assault involving a spouse, failure to comply with a probation order, and failure to comply with an undertaking.

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The identity and gender of the person charged were not released. They were held for a bail hearing, police said Monday.

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