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Monday May 28th, 2012

Posted at 1:20pm

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Just before 4am Saturday, police and EMS were called to the Petro Canada gas station at 2295 Division Road for a report of a stabbing.

When they arrived they found two 17-year-old males inside the store. One was suffering from a laceration and a puncture wound to his abdominal area. The other male received a laceration across the right side of his face. The two victims were also in the company of a number of other teenagers.

Both males were transported to Hotel-Dieu Hospital where they were treated and released for non-life threatening injuries.

Police say that this all began when one of the victims who had been staying at the Ramada hotel along with a number of other teenagers got into a verbal altercation with two other men outside of the hotel. The second victim, who had been told of the altercation, went to his friend’s assistance and a physical altercation ensued between the four men. It was during that struggle that both victims were stabbed.

Police say that the two suspects were in the company of a young woman, and that all three suspects left the hotel after the stabbings in a silver coloured four door vehicle. The weapon was not recovered at the scene.

Police were able to identify the female who was in the company of the suspects and on Sunday evening police arrested a 19-year-old female who was walking in the 1000 block of Wyandotte Street east. Kimberly Kilppenstein-Doig aged 19 is in custody facing charges of Aggravated Assault and Assault with a Weapon

Police have issued arrest warrants for a Tyson Huff aged 28 years and Sihat Jahangiri aged 25 years both of Windsor. Both are wanted for one count each of Aggravated Assault and Assault with a Weapon.

Anyone with any information regarding this occurrence or the whereabouts of both wanted suspects is asked to call Windsor Police Investigations at 519-255-6700 ext 4830 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 519-258-TIPS (8477).

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