Stabbing in Victoria
Accused out on bail; back in court May 2
A 24-year-old man from Victoria is out on bail after being charged with aggravated assault following an alleged stabbing incident inside a shed during the early hours of April 15.
Andrew James Cole appeared at Harbour Grace Provincial Court on April 15.
According to a news release, the Trinity Conception RCMP was called to Carbonear General Hospital shortly after midnight on April 15 in relation to a patient who had been admitted with a stab wound in the abdomen.
The victim of the alleged stabbing is Robert Harris, who was amongst a group of people, including Cole, who had gathered at a shed in Victoria. As of April 15, Harris was reported to be in stable condition in the intensive care unit at the hospital.
Cole was ordered to pay $ 1,500 bail, keep the peace and be of good behaviour, refrain from consuming or possessing alcohol or illegal drugs, and refrain from possessing weapons. He also cannot leave the province and must check-in with the RCMP on Mondays and Thursdays.
Cole’s next court date is set for May 2.
Andrew Cole of Victoria takes a seat prior to his bail hearing on April 15 at Harbour Grace Provincial Court. Cole is accused of stabbing Robert Harris in the abdomen. He has been released on bail, and is due back in court on May 2.