Four Northern Ontario evacuees arrested and charged at University of Regina

Three men and a woman are facing charges after two incidents at the University of Regina campus over the weekend.

All three men are evacuees of the Northern Ontario wildfires, and are believed to be involved in a pair of incidents that took place Friday and Saturday.

First, a fight broke out in one of the residency towers Friday night, where a 24 year-old man was treated by EMS at the scene. 19 year-old Edward Keeper and 22 year-old Darian Moose are both facing assault causing bodily harm. Keeper faces an additional breach of recognizance charge.

Then, early Saturday morning police were called to what is believed to be a domestic dispute, where a 28 year-old woman sustained serious injuries. A 29 year-old man, who is not being named, faces aggravated assault and disobeying a court order charges in connection to the matter.

RPS adds that on Sunday at about 10:40pm, officers were approached by EMS at the university after they had been called to one of the residences for a woman who has allegedly been assaulted. A 27 year old woman identified another 27 year old woman, both evacuees, as the suspect for the assault. Chelsey Strang is being charged with common assault and breach of undertaking. Strang appeared in provincial court on Monday morning.

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