Cases against two St. Mike's students accused in alleged sex assaults concluded
The cases against two students accused in alleged sex assaults at a private Toronto school have concluded.
Ontario's Ministry of the Attorney General will not say, however, what the outcomes of the cases against the St. Michael's College students were, citing restrictions under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
Police laid charges against seven teens at the all-boys Catholic school last year that related to two alleged sexual assaults and one alleged assault on campus.
The two students in the recently concluded matters each faced charges of gang sex assault, assault with a weapon and assault in two separate incidents.
The conclusion of their cases comes after sexual assault and assault charges were withdrawn against another student in early August, with the Crown saying a conviction in that matter was unlikely.
The cases of four other teens remain before the courts, with hearings in those matters set for September and October.