Cases of violations of law and order occurred in the period from June 1 to July 8.
A 62-year-old Winnipeg resident claims she was attacked by armed men. They beat her, and then broke into the house and beat her 63-year-old husband. Attackers have stolen the car of a married couple and have disappeared in an unknown direction. At around 7:20 pm, Winnipeg Fire employees reported to the police about a car that almost knocked them off on the road.
After 10 minutes, the same car smothered the 31-year-old man, inflicting heavy bodily injury on him. According to the police, the driver of the car was in an inadequate condition. The stolen car knocked down several fences and drove around the district until the driver lost control.
The car flew into the ditch. Some of the criminals managed to escape. Three people escaped from the car, and two - a 27-year-old man and a 22-year-old woman - were caught. After searching the car, the police found the alcohol stolen from the store. The total cost of theft is 4000 dollars. In the car, they found pistols and ammunition for them. A man is accused of robbery, causing serious bodily harm, storing weapons, stealing a car, and stealing. The woman is accused of facilitating crime, theft, robbery and car theft.
A man faces a period of up to 15 years, a woman - up to 10 years. In these cases, criminal proceedings are conducted. The rest of the members of the criminal group are wanted by the police. The police argue that the process of capturing criminals will not take much time. The most experienced policemen are thrown at the search for offenders.
The police department will inform the press, after the appearance of new details of the investigation.