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A woman tried to apologize, gets a beating instead

The victim was struck in the face and knocked to the floor where she was kicked, slapped and punched
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A woman that tried to apologize to some friends for a previous argument, found no forgiveness according to police.

West Nipissing Police say that on February 27th a young woman came to the police station to complain that she had been assaulted.

Police investigated and learned that the victim had gone to an acquaintance’s home to apologize about a previous argument.

While at the William Street home, the victim spoke with the acquaintance as another woman stood by. The victim was struck in the face and knocked to the floor where she was kicked, slapped and punched.

The attackers allowed the victim to get up and she fled the house and complained to police.

One Sturgeon Falls area woman and one Jocko Point area woman currently face charges of assault.

In other West Nipissing police news:

On February 24th, a Cache Bay road resident called the police to report that his vehicle had been entered and property had been stolen. Police learned that the vehicle was unlocked and that gift cards, bank cards and money were all stolen. The complainant and all residents are urged to lock their vehicles, homes and out buildings, and to notify the police of any suspicious people lurking around their neighborhoods.

On February 27th, police received a theft complaint from a Verner area man. The victim reported that he had been at a local department store doing some shopping when he put down his cellular telephone momentarily. The complainant continued to do some shopping. After a few minutes he realized that he did not have his telephone, he returned to the aisle where he had been browsing but the cellular had been stolen. Police are looking for fairly new black Samsung android.

On February 28th the police were dispatched to the municipal complex parking lot to investigate a mischief. Upon arrival the responding officers learned that a vehicle had had two windows smashed. Officers further discovered that three young men had been seen lurking around the vehicle and appear to have attempted to steal the property within. The vehicle owner was not present while the damage occurred but will incur a bill to have the damages repaired. It is unknown if the culprits made off with anything at this time.

On March 1st police received a complaint regarding a male refusing to pay his cab fare. Officers responded to the complaint at which time a male person was found to be intoxicated in a public place. The man was apprehended and charged accordingly.

On March 1st officers responded to Morin Street in Field to investigate a complaint of people being in an abandoned, unsafe structure. Officers located the structure and confirmed what the complainant had reported, individuals had been inside, had attempted to start a fire and evidence leads police to believe someone is occupying the space on a temporary basis. Police are seeking to identify the people who are unlawfully in the structure.

On March 2nd Criminal Court was held at the Legion Hall in Sturgeon Falls. Several people failed to attend to answer to their charges. At the request of the Crown Attorney the presiding judge issued four bench warrants for the offenders. Police are currently seeking the whereabouts of Sara Demers, 26, Colette Roy, 47, Daniel Gagnon, 52, and Francine Quesnel, 49.

Between February 24th and March 2nd, the West Nipissing Police Service logged 140 calls for service. Among those were six Motor Vehicle Collisions, 33 police assistance calls, two Domestic Disturbance calls, one Assault complaint, three Break and enter calls, two thefts, , and one mischief complaint.

Anyone with information about these occurrences is asked to contact the West Nipissing Police Service at 705-753-1234.