Grafton man arrested following afternoon stabbing in Cobourg: police

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A Grafton, Ont., antheral faces charges pursuing a stabbing successful Cobourg connected Wednesday afternoon.

According to the Cobourg Police Service, astir 3 p.m., officers responded to a reported stabbing successful the country of James and John streets successful the town’s southbound extremity adjacent the downtown.

Police located a antheral with stab coiled injuries. He was taken to Northumberland Hills Hospital successful superior information but had non-life-threatening injuries, constabulary said.

Police accidental the fishy fled the country connected ft but was located a abbreviated region away.

Jesse Hall, 28, of Grafton, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, battle with a weapon, possession of a limb for a unsafe purpose, carrying a concealed weapon, possession of a limb contrary to a prohibition bid and nonaccomplishment to comply with probation.

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He was held successful custody and is scheduled to look successful tribunal successful Cobourg connected Thursday.

“This is believed to beryllium an isolated event, and determination is nary interest for nationalist information astatine this time,” constabulary said Thursday.

The probe continues. Anyone with accusation is asked to telephone Det. Const. Maguire astatine 905-372-6821 ext. 2276, oregon permission an anonymous extremity with Crime Stoppers by telephone by calling 1-800-222-TIPS oregon online by visiting

It was the 2nd incidental connected Wednesday aft constabulary astir 5 a.m. recovered an injured antheral successful the country of Division and Munroe streets. Police accidental helium was struck by an object.

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