Brock University student facing more allegations of sexual assault
A Brock University student is facing more allegations of sexual assault.
Since February detectives have been investigating a new allegation of sexual assault involving the 30 year old male student.
The sexual assault is alleged to have occurred in 2017 involving a 21 year old woman.
The alleged female victim and the suspect were known to each other and were both Brock University students at the time.
30 year old Mohamed Abdi Ali of St. Catharines is charged with two counts of sexual assault.
A bail hearing will be held today.
Ali was arrested back in January and charged with one count of sexual assault.
Police launched an investigation into an allegation of a sexual assault that had occurred in St.Catharines involving a member of the Board of Directors of the Brock University Student Union.
The Niagara Regional Police Service encourages any victim of sexual assault to reach out for assistance by either reporting the incident to police or calling the Niagara Sexual Assault Centre at 905-682-4584 for support.
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