A Sudbury teenager wanted in relation to a stabbing last week has been arrested and is facing numerous serious charges.
Greater Sudbury Police have arrested Noah Stephen Coutts, 18. Coutts has been wanted in connection with a stabbing that occurred on Wednesday, Aug. 14 inside a residence on Notre Dame Avenue.
Coutts has been charged with attempted murder, assault with a weapon, possession of a weapon dangerous to the public peace, theft under $5,000 and possession of stolen property.
The stabbing victim has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for stab wounds to his chest and arm, say police.
Coutts was arrested after the local police service responded to a break and enter in the Azilda area late last week.
An elderly couple returned to their residence to find two unknown males inside. Both males fled and Coutts was arrested a short distance away after police dogs tracked him.
Coutts now faces additional charges of break and enter, robbery, possession of a dangerous weapon and mischief.
The second male was not located and police are continuing their investigation.
Coutts is being held at the Sudbury District Jail and will make his next court appearance Aug. 28.
College info available
Information about Cambrian?s more than 450 part-time courses will be available at the college booth at the New Sudbury Centre this Friday, Aug. 23 from 10 am to 8 pm and Saturday, Aug. 24 from 10 am to 3:30 pm. Fall course information is also available on the college?s website at www.cambrianc.on.ca or by phoning the Continuing Education office at 560-0330.
Boaters? card needed
A reminder to all pleasure craft owners that time is running out because under new legislation you will need a pleasure craft operator?s card before Sept. 15.
As of this date, you will need an operator?s card in order to use a powerboat of less than four metres in length. Testing to obtain the car is available at the Canadian Red Cross.
The cost of the test is $25. An optional study manual is also $25 and option CD-ROM is $25.
Please contact Brigitte or Monique at the Canadian Red Cross during business hours Monday to Friday at 674-0737 to register or inquire about more information.
Wardens for Wishes
This Friday, staff at Killarney Provincial Park will be taking part in the fourth annual Wardens for Wishes Campaign. Park staff will all be shaving their heads, dying their hair with funky colours and some will even wax their legs (males) to raise donations for the Children?s Wish Foundation of Canada.
The foundation grants wishes to children with serious and terminal illnesses. Donations to this event can be forwarded to Killarney Provincial Park, care of Doug Poirier, Highway 637, Killarney, P0M 2A0.