Good Samaritan Stops Attack On Windsor Woman
Friday November 2nd, 2012
Posted at 1:12pm
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A Windsor woman has a knocked out tooth and a broken jaw following an assault that took place near Wyandotte and Parent last night.
Windsor Police say that the 23-year-old victim was visiting her friend at his apartment around 11:30pm last night, and the two went out to catch some air. The victim and her friend walked to the intersection of Wyandotte and Parent where they met another man, a 33-year-old. The three then walked to a nearby parking lot where the 33 year old turned and punched the woman in the face, multiple times.
The victim’s friend also joined in on assaulting her and both men reportedly stole money from her.
The 23-year-old victim fell to the ground and was trying to cover her face where she was kicked several times.
Police say the assault ended when a good Samaritan saw the assault taking place and screamed at the men to stop. The two men walked away from the victim and left her on the ground of the parking lot.
Responding Windsor Police officers located the two men and placed them both under arrest, without incident. The victim was transported by ambulance to hospital with a broken jaw, a knocked out tooth and swelling and bruising to her face. Police say her broken jaw will require surgery to repair.
Windsor Police have charged 41-year-old Troy Byrne and 33-year-old Raymond Ramsey each with one count of Assault Causing Bodily Harm, and Robbery.