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Uttering Threats: Suspect Arrested

November 28, 2022
Location of incidentOnline
Date and time of incidentSaturday, November 26, 2022 at 9:00 PM
Date and time reportedSunday, November 27, 2022 at 9:00 AM

Incident details

Three TMU community members reported to TMU Security that an individual sent multiple messages to them making threats towards them and the TMU community via email. TMU Security contacted the Toronto Police Service and reported the threats. The individual was identified and arrested by Toronto Police Service on Monday, November 28.

For more information, please review the Toronto Police Service news release.

Definition of Uttering Threats

Uttering threats is committed when anyone conveys a threat to cause death or bodily harm, damage to property, or death or injury of an animal that is someone's property.
This is an abbreviated Canadian Criminal Code definition. Learn more about the terminology used in incident reports.

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