17 and 18 yr olds charged with robbery with a firearm in St. Catharines' assault and robbery
Two teens have been arrested after an armed assault at a home, and robbery at the bus terminal in downtown St. Catharines
Police say they have arrested an 18 year old from St. Catharines and a 17 year old who can't be identified.
It was early Monday morning when officers were called to a home in the area of Cumberland St. and Grandview Dr after two suspects got into a fight with a man and a handgun was flashed.
No one was seriously hurt, and the suspects fled.
Later on that morning, a robbery at the downtown St. Catharines bus terminal was reported.
18-year-old Triztin Stevens is facing a number of charges including robbery with a firearm and assault with a weapon.
The 17 year old accused is also facing robbery and uttering threats charges.
He cannot be identified under the provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
Both are currently being held in custody pending a bail hearing later today.
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