Woman Hit In The Head With Bottle at Tecumseh Road East Bar, Suspects Sought

Wednesday September 26th, 2012

Posted at 3:39pm


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On Wednesday September 26th around 1:40am, Windsor Police were dispatched to a fight at a bar in the 5200 block of Tecumseh Rd East.

An unruly female patron at the bar was asked to leave by an employee, and the patron refused, instead choosing to fight with the employee.

Two other bar patrons attempted to assist the staff member when the fight became larger. The patron bit the finger of one of the people trying to help the staff member. Another suspect who may be associated to the female patron that was being asked to leave then struck the other assisting patron in the head with a beer bottle.

When offices arrived the two suspect females had left the bar. Police say they will be reviewing surveillance footage from the bar today in an attempt to help identify the suspects.

A 38-year-old woman received a laceration to her forehead and was transported to hospital by ambulance to received sutures to close the injury. A 50-year-old woman received a small cut to her finger from being bitten. She refused medical attention at the scene.

Witnesses were able to provide the following suspect information:

The female who threw the bottle is described as being white, 25 years of age, 5’6″, 125lbs. She had long curly dark hair that was pinned up. She was wearing a tank top shirt with the word “billowy” printed on the bottom. The shirt is further described as having black and silver stripes or animal print.

The female who bit another patron is described possibly Spanish or East Indian, 35 years of age 5’4″, 140 lbs, wearing a black tank top and jeans. She had dark hair pulled back into a high pony tail.

Anyone with additional information regarding this incident are being asked to contact The Windsor Police at (519)-255-6700 ex4830 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers at (519)-258-TIPS (8477)

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