Monday, December 11, 2017
ADVT 
National

24 Yr Old Rafey EL SAADI Arrested And Charged In Surrey Stabbing Incident

Darpan News Desk, 12 Oct, 2017
  • 24 Yr Old Rafey EL SAADI Arrested And Charged In Surrey Stabbing Incident
Surrey RCMP advises that a suspect has been arrested and charged following a stabbing incident that occurred this past Friday in the Cloverdale area of Surrey (see previous release).
 
Officers obtained information from witnesses and recovered evidence inside the residence where the incident was believed to have occurred. The alleged suspect was later located at a local area hospital and taken into police custody.
 
Rafey EL SAADI, 24 years old of Surrey, has now been charged with one count of Attempt to commit murder. This incident is targeted and involved family members. The victim has been released from hospital and is recovering from his injuries. 
 
 

MORE National ARTICLES

September Home Sales And Prices Higher In B.C., Says BCREA

September Home Sales And Prices Higher In B.C., Says BCREA

VANCOUVER — Home sales and average prices rose in B.C. in September, according to the latest figures from the British Columbia Real Estate Association.

September Home Sales And Prices Higher In B.C., Says BCREA

Sweat Equity And Capital: What It Takes To Open A Successful Franchise

Sweat Equity And Capital: What It Takes To Open A Successful Franchise
Beeru Mannan owns two Freshii locations in British Columbia with his brother, and the duo plan to open another pair of the chain's restaurants in the province next year.

Sweat Equity And Capital: What It Takes To Open A Successful Franchise

Oprah Winfrey Joins David Foster Foundation Charity Gala In Vancouver

Oprah Winfrey Joins David Foster Foundation Charity Gala In Vancouver

 Oprah Winfrey and Goldie Hawn have joined the lineup for the upcoming David Foster Foundation 30th Anniversary Miracle Gala and Concert in Vancouver.

Oprah Winfrey Joins David Foster Foundation Charity Gala In Vancouver

Fentanyl Mostly Responsible For New Height In B.C. Illicit Drug Deaths

Fentanyl Mostly Responsible For New Height In B.C. Illicit Drug Deaths

The coroner's service says the 1,013 people who died from overdoses from January to the end of August surpasses a record 982 deaths last year.

Fentanyl Mostly Responsible For New Height In B.C. Illicit Drug Deaths