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Kitchener man arrested after St. Catharines assault

Niagara Regional Police Service released a photo of Jacob Davis, a man wanted for aggravated assault. (Courtesy: Niagara Regional Police Service) Niagara Regional Police Service released a photo of Jacob Davis, a man wanted for aggravated assault. (Courtesy: Niagara Regional Police Service)
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A Kitchener man has been arrested after a male in St. Catharines was taken to hospital with life threatening injuries.

Niagara regional police were called to the St. Paul Street and James Street area of downtown St. Catharines just after midnight on March 24.

Investigators say a fight broke out inside a nearby establishment and a victim was assaulted by multiple people.

Police arrested a 31 year-old man on April 11, but were still looking for four other suspects.

On Apr. 18, police say they arrested Jacob Davis of Kitchener and charged him with assault with a weapon and aggravated assault.

Police are still looking for 32 year-old Ricardo Tabora of Toronto, and 29 year-old Brooklyn Mayer of St. Catharines. Investigators released the photo of one other person they are trying to identify.

Tabora and Mayer are all wanted on aggravated assault charges.

Niagara Regional Police Service released photos of three men wanted after an aggravated assault in St. Catharines. (Courtesy: Niagara Regional Police Service)

Tabora is described as a 5’8” Latino man with a medium build, black hair, brown eyes, and a beard.

Mayer is described as a 5’9” white man with a medium build, brown hair, and hazel eyes.

Police described the unknown suspect as a man with a heavy build and a grey and brown beard. He was wearing black jeans, red and black running shoes, a black hoodie, a black t-shirt, and black baseball cap.

Niagara Regional Police Service released a photo of a suspect they are trying to identify after an aggravated assault in St. Catharines. (Courtesy: Niagara Regional Police Service)

Niagara Regional Police Service released photos of an unknown suspect following an aggravated assault in St. Catharines. (Courtesy: Niagara Regional Police Service)

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