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Second man charged with attempted murder in attack

The attacker produced a large kitchen knife and began repeatedly stabbing the victim
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North Bay Police have laid a second attempted murder charge following a knife attack this past weekend.

See: Kitchen knife used in weekend attack

Police say that on June 2nd at approximately 9:45 p.m., a second man was present and a participant in an attack on the victim.

Money was stolen from the victim and split between the two.

Logan Williams, 20, of North Bay has been arrested and charged with:

  • Attempt Murder
  • Robbery
  • Breaching a recognizance and
  • Breaching a Probation Order

Williams was arrested on an unrelated occurrence yesterday and subsequently charged with the above offences.

Todd McKinnon, 30, who had previously been arrested, faces charges of:

  • One count of Attempt Murder and
  • One count of Breaching a Probation Order

North Bay Police were called to a residence Saturday regarding a disturbance and found two men had been fighting. One man was stabbed several times with a kitchen knife.

The call came in at 9:45 p.m., when the two men, who are known to each other, started fighting.

The victim was struck numerous times by fists, then the attacker produced a large kitchen knife and began repeatedly stabbing the victim. Another tenant in the building was alerted to the noise and called the police.

The victim was able to flee prior to police arrival and was taken to the North Bay Regional Health Centre Emergency Room. He received multiple serious injuries as a result of the stabbing. 

Both McKinnon and Williams remain in custody pending bail hearings.