One man was arrested, and a manhunt continued on Friday in western Manitoba for a person and a girl wished in connection to an assault that left two individuals injured and despatched one to hospital with “life-threatening” accidents earlier this week.
In line with RCMP, their Dauphin detachment bought a name round 5:30 p.m. on March 13, about an injured feminine at a Tim Hortons on Predominant Road South in Dauphin.
When police arrived they discovered a 45-year-old lady from the Pine Creek First Nation with, what RCMP mentioned had been life-threatening accidents from an assault. She was transported to hospital and later transferred to Winnipeg in crucial situation. Police say a second sufferer, a 66-year-old male from Dauphin, was discovered a brief distance from the Tim Hortons with severe accidents.
He was taken to hospital the place he stays in steady situation, in response to police.
Police mentioned the 2 victims had been assaulted by three suspects, two males and one lady and police issued arrest warrants for Samuel Flatfoot, 24, and Kathleen Flatfoot, 49, each of the Pine Creek First Nation, and for Fred Parenteau, 37, of Dauphin.
On Friday afternoon, RCMP introduced Parenteau had been arrested, however that each Samuel and Kathleen Flatfoot remained at giant.
All three suspects face expenses of aggravated assault and theft.
RCMP are asking anybody who could know the whereabouts of Samuel and Kathleen Flatfoot to contact the Dauphin RCMP at 204-622-5050, or to name Manitoba Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477.
— Dave Baxter is a Native Journalism Initiative reporter who works out of the Winnipeg Solar. The Native Journalism Initiative is funded by the Authorities of Canada.