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North Bay police make arrests in stabbing incidents

Two North Bay residents face numerous charges after two women were stabbed in separate cases this month.

The accused are a 32-year-old man and a 33-year-old woman.

North Bay police say the first incident took place in early June when both of the accused confronted a woman outside her Main Street West home demanding drugs from her.

When the woman refused, she was kicked and punched.

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Police say both of the accused also had knives and during the incident, the woman was stabbed.

Some money and a cell phone were taken from the woman who has since been treated and released for her injuries.

Police say the second incident took place on June 21st when the woman charged in the case got into a verbal argument with another woman culminating with another stabbing.

This victim was also treated and released for her injury.

Later that same day police located the 33-year-old woman and arrested her.

Police say during the arrest they found a prohibited knife and a counterfeit American bill in the woman’s possession.

On June 23rd police arrested the male partner involved with the earlier incident where the cell phone and money were taken.

Police got a warrant and arrested the man in his home where they found a weapon that was not properly stored.

The woman is charged with two counts each of assault causing bodily harm and assault with a weapon.

She’s also accused of carrying a concealed weapon and possession of counterfeit money.

The man is charged with single counts of assault causing bodily harm, assault with a weapon, unauthorized possession of a firearm and careless storage of a firearm.

He’s also looking at four counts of possession of a firearm contrary to a prohibition order.

Both the man and woman are also each charged with robbery with a weapon.

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