Five people facing charges following two assaults
SYDNEY — Five people are facing charges in connection with two weekend assaults that occurred at a Tobin Road, North Sydney residence.
Melissa Dawn Moore, 22, of North Sydney and Crystal Leah Moore, 25, of North Sydney were both released on a promise to appear in provincial court on April 20. They both face charges of break and enter.
They are subject to a number of release conditions including a curfew of 7 p.m.-7 a.m. daily, that they reside at a Pleasant Street, North Sydney home, and that they have no contact with a number of people, including some of their co-accused. They must also not come within 1,000 feet of 3 Tobin Rd.
Justin Alexander Moore, 27, of North Sydney, Matthew Lloyd Senior, 28, of Florence and Stanley Evan Radman, 22, of North Sydney, were all remanded to the Cape Breton Correctional Centre and will appear in provincial court, Feb. 17.
Moore is charged with break and enter, assaulting a peace officer, mischief and several breaches of court-ordered conditions.
Senior and Radman are both charged with break and enter, mischief and several breaches.
Police responded to a home on Tobin Road in North Sydney, Saturday afternoon when two young people became involved in an argument with the homeowner, a man in his 40s. Both the homeowner and a friend were taken to hospital where they were treated and released.
Police returned to the same home hours later at 12:05 a.m., Sunday, after a 911 call of a home invasion and assault with a weapon. A knife was later seized by police. The homeowner was again taken to hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries.