An Etobicoke, Ont. man is facing charges following a violent residential break-and-enter in Grimsby Wednesday morning, say Niagara police.
Detectives say the accused was located by a K-9 team after officers encountered another man with serious injuries around 3 a.m. Tuesday at a home in the area of Main Street East and Robinson Street North.
“The initial investigation determined that unknown suspects had broken into the victim’s home and assaulted him,” a police spokesperson said in an email.
“The victim was able to free himself and get help.”
A 28-year-old from the Toronto area is facing four charges in all, including break and enter as well as forcible confinement.
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