Marystown woman charged with assault with a weapon

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A 38-year-old woman from Marystown has been charged with assault with a weapon in connection with an incident Friday.

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Around 6:30 pm, RCMP in Marystown responded to a complaint of assault in the Smallwood Crescent area of Marystown.  The victim was taken to the Burin Peninsula Health Care Centre by ambulance for treatment.

The suspect was arrested and later released on conditions to appear in provincial court in Grand Bank on July 30.

 

 

Organizations: RCMP

Geographic location: Marystown

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  • Cin
    June 16, 2014 - 23:08

    Shame on how grown people can't get along

  • amy
    June 16, 2014 - 14:06

    yeah but if it was a smack in the face u would be holded a lot longer than that

  • Joanne
    June 16, 2014 - 12:28

    it scares me to John

  • John
    June 16, 2014 - 09:34

    "The suspect was arrested and later released on conditions to appear in provincial court in Grand Bank on July 30." You just assaulted someone, but we'll let you go, only if you PROMISE to come to court on July 30, okaaaay? The justice system here scares me...

    • Leslie
      June 16, 2014 - 14:33

      Yes i agree with you john . Then they expects you to feel safe in the community . People that assulted someone and put them in hospital should be considered danger to the comunity as well and not let out . thats why there s so much going on .they gets a pat on the back and released to do it again ur at least finish what they started . uhhh !! justice system sucks when it comes to protection .

    • Johnny
      June 19, 2014 - 18:11

      Obviously the judge took into account the individual circumstances of the assault and felt that they were not enough to warrant holding an "innocent until proven guilty" person. They don't just lock people up on a police's say so til trial. There is due process and procedure that must be followed in a fair and just society. Are you really saying that we should lock everyone up until they stand trial??? Maybe people who speed and put the public at risk by their actions should be put in the same boat? Extreme ...yes, and yet the public is still put at risk by someone who goes over the speed limit. To me people may think there is a difference but it is just a way of thinking. It is more socially acceptable to speed than it is to assault someone and therefore it isn't thought of the same.