There are two incidents of sexual assaults reported in Toronto. Both the victims are teenage girls. One of the suspects is captured while the other is still allowed to walk free.
The York University sexual assault case found a man arrested.
The man was arrested for being a connection with the alleged assault. The complainant is a teenager who alerted the security at the campus. It was after the man had been spotted by the 19-year-old young lady. He was captured by the campus security that kept the man with them until the police arrived.
Henry Kang was taken into custody on Sunday after he had allegedly assaulted the young woman in the library at the university. He was also charged for indecent acts against the girl. Mr Kang, 35, appeared in court on Monday morning to face the charges against him.
Another case of sexual assault was reported when another teenage girl was sexually assaulted at the Toronto International Film Festival 2013. The young girl, 15, was allegedly molested just before Life of Crime was about to start its screening. The girl was presumably waiting among hundreds others for stars to arrive at the red carpet.
Even though the suspect was able to flee, the police expect the media people to have captured a snap of the man. The culprit might have been witnessed by an unidentified man. The suspect is described to be aged between 45 and 55 years. He was about 5 to 6 feet tall. The man was wearing a greyish blue jacket.
It is important to know that the government is there to help you in case of any kind of sexual assault. Skilled volunteers are available at RAINN-affiliated centres in Canada, who are there to help you. The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network provide support in several countries all over the world. The Toronto hotline is (416) 597-1171 which will directly take you to Toronto Rape Crisis Centre based in Toronto, Ontario. The Montreal hotline is 514-934-4504 which will directly take you to Montreal Rape Crisis Centre based in Montreal, Quebec.
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