Arrest made in Calgary Remand Centre assault
Calgary police still looking for another man in connection to the beating
One man has been charged and warrants are out for another in connection with an alleged beating at the Remand Centre that left the victim with permanent brain injury.
The attack happened last August when 24-year-old Denis Telyakov was in the Remand Centre on charges of uttering threats — charges that were later dropped.
Calgary police say he was hospitalized for several months and suffered permanent injuries as a result of the assault.
Telayakov's family says they will never be able to cover the medical expenses.
Calgary police arrested Justin Brett Decoux, a former cellmate of the alleged victim, and charged him with aggravated assault.
A warrant has been issued for 21-year-old Kei Hu Mang, who was also a cellmate. His whereabouts are unknown.
Mang is described as Asian, five feet eight inches tall, 138 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.