Trio arrested after teens slashed at Main Street SkyTrain station
Public toilet on the corner of Main St. and Terminal Ave. located by Main Street-Science World Skytrain Station in Vancouver, British Columbia, Thursday, December 13, 2012. (CARMINE MARINELLI/ 24 HOURS FILE PHOTO)
Two men and a woman have been arrested after two teens were slashed outside the Main Street SkyTrain station on Sunday evening, Vancouver police said.
Sgt. Randy Fincham said a teen boy and girl, both 15, had just been in the middle of a fight at Main Street and Terminal Avenue.
Police were responding to reports of bear spray being used — it’s unclear who sprayed it — but arrived to find the teens badly hurt.
The girl was suffering from a neck slash wound and the boy suffered a slash on his arm. Both were taken to hospital.
About four hours later, two men and a woman were arrested. Fincham said the 20-year-old men face charges of aggravated assault and the 19-year-old woman faces a charge of obstruction.
He added there might be more people involved in the fight, believed to have escalated from an argument.