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Wednesday September 17th, 2014

Posted at 11:08am

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Police have arrested and charged a man following a dispute over flooding in an apartment unit.

On Tuesday September, police were called to an apartment building in the 3200 block of College Avenue in relation to an assault that had just occurred. Police met with a 50-year-old woman at the front door who they say was in obvious pain and was holding her left elbow.

Police learned that the woman was contacted by a tenant in the building who was having an issue with flooding in his unit.

Officers were told he requested that she bring a mop. The victim brought the tenant a mop and they both became engaged in a verbal exchange. She left the area and returned to the storage area to lock the door.

Police say the tenant followed her to the storage area and when she turned around, the tenant was “face to face” with her and bumped her with his chest.

He then allegedly shoved her to the ground with two hands causing her to fall to the floor injuring her left arm and bumping her head.

Police arrested 31-year-old Donald McKenna and charged him with assault causing bodily harm.

The victim was transported to hospital by ambulance where she was being treated for a suspected fracture to her left arm.

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