Northern News Services
Wednesday, August 1, 2007
YELLOWKNIFE - Early on the morning of July 21, a man was sent to hospital after being assaulted with a glass bottle, according to police.
The 36-year-old man said he was punched and struck with a bottle by a 38-year-old woman. The bottle attack caused a wound that needed five stitches to close.
The assault took place on 50th street.
While the victim said the assault happened on July 21, it was not reported until July 24.
Further details on the circumstances leading up to the assault were not available at press time.
A domestic dispute turned ugly in an apartment on 54th street.
On July 26, a 27-year-old female reported being assaulted by her 33 year-old common law spouse.
The victim went to hospital, where she was treated for bruises and abrasions.
Her attacker was later found and arrested. Assault charges are pending.
A campground on the Ingraham Trail was anything but peaceful on the night of July 28.
A 40-year-old woman reported being assaulted by a 34-year-old female at the Prelude Lake campground late last month.
According to Yellowknife RCMP media representative Const. Roxanne Dreilich, the two women knew each other, but no further details were available.
Rollover on Highway 4
A single-vehicle accident this weekend left one woman injured, according to police.
Dreilich said a vehicle rolled over near Yellowknife river on Highway 4. She said the injured female was conscious and speaking when police reached her at the scene. No other details were available at deadline.