“The Week That Was” in Windsor News: July 8th – 14th 2012
Sunday July 15th, 2012
Posted at 2:00pm
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On Friday a 63-year-old woman was found dead in her home located at 564 Oak Avenue. Police say she had been stabbed by a 40 year old male. The male was arrested shortly after noon Friday.
The Windsor-Detroit Tunnel was closed for a few hours on Thursday after tunnel officials on the Canadian side received an anonymous call reporting a bomb in the tunnel around 1pm. It re-opened around 5pm.
On Tuesday evening, a 36-year-old Michigan man received a number of superficial slashing type woundsby a 57-year-old Windsor man who used a screw driver to commit the unprovoked assault.
Also on Tuesday night, a 59-year-old man was stabbed with two common kitchen steak knives this evening around 5:30pm Tuesday after he refused to give another man some cigarettes outside of 920 Ouellette.
A 62 year old male rider of the eBike was killed Sunday night after being struck by a Silver GMC Sport Utility Vehicle at the corner of Ottawa and Parent.
A fire on Walker Road caused $700,000 in damages to the Midtown Bar and Grill. The fire was not considered suspicious and investigators could not determine how it technically started.