St Catharines man on the loose after stabbing in Niagara Falls’ drive-thru
Published November 7, 2022 at 8:53 am
A disagreement at the Tim Horton’s drive-thru in Niagara Falls saw a young man stabbed and young woman injured, as well as a St. Catharines’ man on the run after the dispute.
Niagara Police were called to the Timmie’s on McLeod Road at Dorchester Road yesterday (November 6) just before 10 am and found the pair, both in their 20s, immediately needing medical attention.
The victims got into an argument with an unknown man in the drive-thru that turned physical quickly. The male victim was stabbed and while the wound was serious, he was treated quickly by EMS and taken to the hospital with what police now say are “nonlife threatening injuries.”
The female victim was whisked to a local hospital for further assessment and care after being punched by the assailant.
After the fight, the suspect took off in a black 2010 Audi Q5. He was spotted short time later near Queenston Street and Eastchester Avenue in St. Catharines.
At that point, he left running from his car. A K9 Unit was brought in but couldn’t find him.
Wanted by the police is Boysie Alexander Ashton Murray, 41, of St. Catharines on charges of assault with a weapon, aggravated assault, carrying a concealed weapon and possession of a dangerous weapon.
He is described as a black male, 41, 6-foot-1, 200 pounds, black hair, brown eyes and two tattoos – one of the right forearm (words) and another on the right side of neck (“MOD”). He also has scars on his upper lip and left forearm
He was last seen wearing (see photo below) a blue track suit, white t-shirt with large logo on the chest, a dark baseball cap with white logo and dark shoes
His current location is unknown but he has ties to St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and Toronto.
Any member of the public who sees Murray should not confront him as he may still be armed. Members of the public should contact the police by calling 911.
Anyone who may have information as to Murray’s location or about this incident can contact detectives by calling 905-688-4111, option 3, extension 1009315.
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