St. Catharines man charged with attempted murder in Toronto stabbing
A St. Catharines man is facing an attempted murder charge after a teenager was stabbed in Toronto.
Toronto Police officers responded to a stabbing call at Ashbridge's Bay Park on Saturday night just after 9 p.m.
Officers say a fight began after people began firing Roman candle fireworks at other people.
The report goes on to say a man took out an edged weapon and stabbed a 16 year old boy several times before the suspect left the area.
The unconscious teen was rushed to a hospital.
Toronto Police have charged 24 year old Livingston Bromwell of St. Catharines with attempted murder.
Two 16 year old boys from Toronto have been charged with assault with a weapon.