Thursday, May 6, 2021
ADVT 
National

New Westminster Police investigating serious assault

Darpan News Desk New Westminster Police, 05 Mar, 2021
  • New Westminster Police investigating serious assault

On March 2nd at approximately 1:00 pm New Westminster Police Department officers responded to a report of a serious assault inside a residence on Princess Street. The victim was transported to hospital, where she remains in critical condition. A nearby school was temporarily sheltering in place as a precaution while NWPD officers secured the scene.

That same afternoon, and with the assistance of the Vancouver Police Department, a suspect was safely taken into custody. It is believed the suspect and the victim are known to each other. At this time, Andywele Mullings a 42 year old New Westminster resident has been charged with the following:

One count of Aggravated Assault and one count of Assault with Weapon 

“I would appeal to members of the public who were in the area at the time who may have witnessed something suspicious to contact us,” stated Sergeant Sanjay Kumar. “Any small piece of information could assist us as we piece everything together.”

The New Westminster Major Crime Unit has taken conduct of this investigation.

MORE National ARTICLES

564 COVID19 cases for Thursday

564 COVID19 cases for Thursday

She says she expects the plan will be finalized around March 18, in the meantime the initial supply will be used to address ongoing outbreaks that are leading to rapidly increasing case numbers in some communities.

564 COVID19 cases for Thursday

One of Canada’s most wanted arrested by Coquitlam RCMP

One of Canada’s most wanted arrested by Coquitlam RCMP

Police attended the residence and through the investigation identified Amin Yussuf, who has four outstanding warrants from a homicide that occurred in Edmonton on March 24, 2019.

One of Canada’s most wanted arrested by Coquitlam RCMP

B.C. expands small business recovery grant program

B.C. expands small business recovery grant program

The province has also extended the deadline for businesses to apply from the end of this month to Aug. 31, or until all the money has been spent.

B.C. expands small business recovery grant program

Vaccine efficacy is being misinterpreted: experts

Vaccine efficacy is being misinterpreted: experts

Many of those who did become infected after getting a vaccine in the trials experienced mild illness, according to the data, which Chakrabarti says isn't a big concern.

Vaccine efficacy is being misinterpreted: experts

East Van intersection re-opened following 24 hour blockade

East Van intersection re-opened following 24 hour blockade

Four people were arrested by Vancouver Police after refusing repeated requests to clear the intersection – a main entrance to the Port of Vancouver and a major intersection in the city.

East Van intersection re-opened following 24 hour blockade

Copper deadly to bacteria, study shows

Copper deadly to bacteria, study shows

As part of its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, TransLink was the first transit agency in North America to test copper on high-touch surfaces.

Copper deadly to bacteria, study shows

PrevNext