Lindsay Home Invasion Suspects Cut Victim’s Hair Extensions With Knife: Police – Peterborough
Two people have been charged following a violent home invasion in Lindsay, Ont., Last week.
According to the Kawartha Lakes City Police Department, at around 8 a.m. on December 17, officers responded to a report of unwanted people in an apartment.
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Police said two people forced their way into the residence and then threatened the victim with a knife, holding him to their throat and face. The suspects then cut hair extensions from the victim’s head, police said.
“The victim was able to escape and contact police and only minor injuries were reported,” police said on Tuesday.
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Police say the victim and the suspects know each other.
The investigation led to the arrest of two people.
Matthew Wayne Taylor, 38, and Tiffany Frocking, 33, both of Lindsay, have each been charged with break and enter and assault with a weapon. Taylor was also charged with uttering threats and possessing a weapon.
Taylor was held for a bail hearing at Lindsay later Friday; Frocking has been released and is scheduled to appear in court on January 27, 2022.
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