Canada Global(Web News)As a result of the investigation, CPS charged 50-year-old Rosem Tesfamical Tess of Calgary with disorderly conduct and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.
A total of 28 people are facing 63 charges, including rioting, assault with a weapon and possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose.
“We haven’t lost sight of our goal in the four and a half months our members have worked tirelessly to identify those involved in one of Calgary’s most violent incidents,” said Calgary Police Service Chief Mark Neufeld.
Police say more charges could be laid if more evidence comes to light.
“We formed a task force shortly after that and so eight to 14 investigators worked on it at different times,”
said Calgary Police Service Chief Mark Neufeld. Who has charged on this scale for this type of incident and charges surrounding the riots.
On Sept. 2, emergency crews were called to a shopping area near the corner of McKinty Boulevard and Falconridge Boulevard Northeast after a violent confrontation involving 150 people erupted as members of Calgary’s
Eritrean community attended two simultaneous events. was being hosted.
“There was about $150,000 in property damage and I believe there were 12 or 14 people who were sent to the hospital,” Newfield said, adding that the incident is believed to be an attack on the Eritrean government and the situation in the northeastern African country of Eritrea. This has led to growing anger and opposition in some sections of the population.