Charlottetown Police Services responded to six assault complaints over the weekend with three of them resulting in charges.
File: 20211044373 – At 2:10 am on Sunday, Officers responded to a complaint of an injured female on Kent Street. The female had been assaulted by another female and was treated and cleared by IEMS. Police located and arrested the female suspect a short distance away, the 21 year old Charlottetown female was subsequently charged with a single count of Assault and was released with conditions. She will appear in Provincial Court at a later date.
File: 20211044786 – At 4:00 am on Sunday, Officers responded to a domestic violence complaint at a City residence. The victim and the accused had been in a verbal argument that turned physical and also involved some damage to the residence when the accused used an axe to break down a door. The victim did not require any medical attention. The accused, a 37 year old Charlottetown man was arrested on scene and charged with assault, assault with a weapon, mischief under $5000 dollars and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose. The accused was remanded in custody and will appear in court today.
File: 20211049376 – At 3:45 am this morning (July 19th), Officers responded to a domestic violence complaint at a City residence. The victim sustained a minor injury that did not require medical attention. The accused, a 46 year old Charlottetown man was arrested and is being charged with a single count of Assault. He will be released later today with conditions and will appear in Provincial Court at a later date.