A man, 21, is behind bars following a series of alleged attacks, robberies and death threats in Winnipeg, all of which happened around William Avenue and Isabel Street, police say.
Investigators say a 16-year-old girl allegedly took part in the activities, too.
The first happened on Thursday when the man and girl allegedly robbed and threatened to kill a Winnipeg cab driver near William Avenue and Ellen Street.
Then, on Friday, the man allegedly robbed another Winnipeg cab driver, stabbing the driver in the upper body. Police say it happened around Elgin Avenue and Gertie Street and the driver sustained a minor injury.
Also on Elgin Avenue on Friday, the man allegedly damaged a vehicle and threatened to kill the owner.
A number of other parked vehicles around Elgin Avenue and Ellen Street were also damaged on Friday and someone who lives in the neighbourhood was stabbed, sustaining a minor injury, police say.
The man allegedly robbed a third cab driver on Friday around William Avenue and Isabel Street.
Then, on Saturday, around 7:30 p.m. the man and girl allegedly went to a convenience store at William Avenue and Isabel Street armed with weapons. Police say they allegedly confronted a customer inside the store, trying to rob her.
Police were called and the man and girl were apprehended around Isabel Street and Bannatyne Avenue.
The investigation is ongoing and the man has been charged with three counts of robbery, one count of wear disguise with intent, three counts of assault with a weapon, one count of utter threats to kill, two counts of possession of a weapon, six counts of mischief under $5,000, six counts of fail to comply recognizance and five counts of fail to comply probation order.
The girl was charged with robbery, disguise with intent, assault with a weapon, possession of a weapon and uttering threats.