Two Men Face Assault Charges After Frontenac Street Meeting Turns Violent: Kingston Police – Kingston | The Canadian News

Kingston police charged two men in connection with an assault that took place at approximately 1:40 a.m. on the morning of September 3, 2021.

Police say that during a meeting at a residence on Frontenac Street in downtown Kingston, the two men were asked to leave after behaving inappropriately with a woman who was also attending the meeting.

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The men left after a brief fight, but returned 30 minutes later to confront two men who were hosting the meeting.

Police say one of the defendants, Jay Sihn of Kingston, struck a man in the face with a glass bottle, as did the other defendant, Niko Hoogeveen of Barrie.

Police were contacted, but the men had left before they arrived.

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Then, on September 13, the two men reported to Kingston Police Headquarters. They were then arrested and charged with one count of assault with a weapon.

They were released under conditions with a future hearing date.

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