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Park ranger assaulted: VPD

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 19 Sep, 2023 03:39 PM
  • Park ranger assaulted: VPD

Police in Vancouver say a woman is facing charges for allegedly assaulting a park ranger who was working in the city's Oppenheimer Park.

They say the 39-year-old was arrested yesterday morning.

Police say officers were in the park at the time and responded immediately.

They say the woman has been charged with assaulting a peace officer.

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