Suspects charged after deadly stabbing in Windsor

Twenty-two year old Dwayne Nicholas Pierce is charged with murder in the first degree in relation to a deadly stabbing in downtown Windsor.

Windsor Police have charged three males following a fatal stabbing in the city core

Three charges have been laid in a weekend stabbing that left one man dead in downtown Windsor. (CBC Windsor)

There are more charges following a deadly stabbing in downtown Windsor that left 19-year-old University of Windsor student Kevin Kugathasan dead and five others injured.

Twenty-two year old Dwayne Nicholas Pierce is charged with murder in the first degree.

He was arrested last night outside his downtown residence.

Twenty-three year old Abdul Rahman Bousaleh is charged with aggravated assault and possession of a weapon dangerous to the public.

He was also arrested yesterday outside his home.

Both were arraigned Tuesday afternoon and are being held for future court appearances.

On Monday, police charged 30-year-old Ali Mahmoud Ahmed with a weapons-related charge.

A number of other people have been questioned and released.


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