A next person is dealing with an aggravated assault cost in relationship with an alleged homophobic assault in Toronto before this thirty day period.
On Wednesday early morning, police stated a person turned himself in to 52 Division. Felix Tauveron, 24, of Toronto, was arrested and billed with aggravated assault. He is scheduled to show up in court docket on August 4.
Police are continuing to examine the violent attack, which they reported took location on June 5 at 11:30 pm in close proximity to the Hanlan’s Point ferry docks on the Toronto Island.
Investigators claimed a 24-year-outdated male and 27-year-previous woman ended up heading to the docks when they had been involved in a disagreement with a group of men and women. A man from the latter team manufactured homophobic remarks and then two men from the team punched and kicked the 24-12 months-old, leaving him with “significant injuries”, law enforcement explained.
A working day afterwards, David Gomez determined himself as the sufferer in a social media publish, composing that his assailants identified as him homophobic slurs, adopted him all-around right before he was “knocked unconscious and beat just about to death”. A GoFundMe marketing campaign for his recovery has given that raised nearly $49,000.
The detest crime unit is continuing to guidance 52 Division in the ongoing investigation.
Social media users had beforehand joined Ottawa Redblacks player Chris Larsen to the assault, but he has since advised reporters that was cleared. The CFL team suspended him pending an investigation.
A law enforcement spokesperson would not remark on whether or not Larsen is regarded a suspect due to the fact the investigation is nevertheless active.