A 44-year-old male suspect has been arrested for sexually assaulting a male victim at the Yonge Street and Bloor Street subway station. On April 1, police were called to the area in relation to a sexual assault. It was alleged the 32-year-old victim was in the men’s washroom when he was sexually assaulted by a suspect. He confronted the suspect, left the washroom and reported the incident to the TTC, who alerted police. A 44-year-old Toronto male suspect was arrested and charged with sexual assault, following an investigation.
The Toronto Police Service (TPS) is searching for two male suspects implicated in a mischief investigation at the St. George subway station. On April 7, at 4:29 p.m., two men were seen on the southbound platform of the station. One of the men threw an item onto the subway train as the doors were closing and the train then proceeded south. The item turned out to be a stink bomb and emitted a sulphur-like smell. Subway patrons became alarmed, and it triggered an evacuation at Museum station. Security images of the suspects are on the TPS website.
A TTC bus driver was threatened by a male suspect the Toronto Police Service is seeking to identify. On March 13, at 3:25 p.m., a TTC operator was driving a bus southbound on Yonge Street near York Mills Road. A male suspect boarded the bus at William Carson Crescent and the operator told him the bus would be out of service at York Mills station. The suspect began yelling at the operator during the drive and threatened to shoot the operator. He then ran from the bus. No gun was seen, and the operator was not injured.