Rosemont rampage ends in arrest

Police responded to an assault in progress on Tuesday night at an apartment building in Rosemont.

Police responded to an assault in progress on Tuesday night at an apartment building in Rosemont.

Witnesses at the scene said that an 18-year-old female assailant entered an apartment belonging to a female friend of her ex-boyfriend’s and proceeded to assault her ex-boyfriend and his friend.

The suspect damaged a wall and a television. She also threw a laptop at her ex-boyfriend.

When police arrived at the scene the suspect was located locked in another apartment suites. After a brief discussion with the police the suspect exited the apartment and was later arrested.

The suspect was later released on a promise to appear on charges of Break and Enter and Commit, Assault, Assault with a Weapon and Mischief Under $5,000.

She is scheduled to appear in Nelson court in December.

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