A 21-year-old Winnipeg man is in custody, accused of stabbing six people between January 13 and 20.
Jesse Neil Nedohin is said to have stabbed six victims, two of which had their cell phones stolen during the assaults.
Three of the stabbings occurred on Princess Street on January 13 and 30. The other two were on King Street & Rupert Avenue, and in the 300 block of Donald Street. In an attack on Monday evening, two victims were simultaneously stabbed in the 300 block of Princess.
The victims range in age from 20-years-old to 61-years-old. In all cases, the victims were treated in hospital and are recovering.
Police say the attacks were unprovoked.
Nedohin remains in custody and has been charged with four counts of aggravated assault, five counts of possession of a weapon, two counts of robbery, and uttering threats. He also faces 14 additional charges of breaching probation.
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