Canada Woman bit cab driver in the face in 'random and unprovoked' assault

01:15  14 november  2017
01:15  14 november  2017 Source:   CBC

Vancouver police warn public after second sexual assault occurs

  Vancouver police warn public after second sexual assault occurs Police are issuing a warning after a young woman was sexually assaulted near Nanaimo Skytrain Station on Wednesday night — an attack that was similar to a previous assault. The attack happened after the woman had disembarked from the train and had walked out of the station and was walking south down Nanaimo St. She was grabbed from behind and groped before the masked suspect ran away. “The suspect is described as an Asian man, 20 to 30 years-old, 5’8″ tall, with a slim build and short dark hair. He wore a dark-coloured ball cap, dark-rimmed plastic framed glasses, a dark jacket with a light-coloured liner, dark pants, running shoes, and a white medical mask covering the lower half of his face,” according to the Vancouver Police Department. Police say the attack is similar to an incident that occurred on Oct. 29, when a women was assaulted after getting off the bus near Victoria Dr. and East 49th Ave. “The suspect in that incident was described as an Asian man, 5’9″ tall, 160 lbs., with short black hair, wearing a dark-coloured jacket, shorts, and a medical mask covering his face,” police said. Police are asking anyone who might have information about these incidents to come forward and call 604-717-0604 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Toronto police are trying to identify a woman who allegedly assaulted a cab driver and bit him in the face during a ride. Investigators said they believe the assault was random and unprovoked and are now trying to identify the suspect.

Leigh Curtis suffered a broken nose, cracked ribs and was bitten during frenzied attack in his cab . Injured: Mr Curtis suffered a broken nose, cracked ribs and was bitten in the unprovoked assault . He said taxi drivers often face abuse while doing their job. ‘I thought he was going to kill me, and if he

Woman bit cab driver in the face in 'random and unprovoked' assault © Toronto Police Service Woman bit cab driver in the face in 'random and unprovoked' assault

Toronto police are looking for a woman who allegedly assaulted a cab driver and bit him in the face during a ride.

The woman ordered a Co-op cab to pick her up at Kitchener Avenue and Caledonia Road on Thursday morning at 8:35 a.m. Once she entered the cab, police allege the woman immediately began verbally abusing the taxi driver before biting him in the face.

Police say she then ran from the car. Investigators believe the incident was unprovoked.

The woman is described as between 20 and 30 years old, with an olive complexion, medium build, and dark, long, curly hair with bleached ends. She was wearing a T-shirt with the words "Budtender" on the front and a black jacket.

Man charged with assault after TTC passengers sprayed with unknown substance .
A Toronto man is facing assault charges after he allegedly sprayed subway passengers with an unknown substance last week.The incident happened on a northbound train near Spadina station around 1:45 p.m. on Nov. 17, when an unknown man approached two passengers, police say.The man then sprayed the passengers, police allege. The liquid caused one of the passenger’s eyes to become red and irritated. The passenger was rushed to a hospital and was treated for exposure.Police released an image later that day of the man carrying a spray bottle and a green plastic bag.

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