Charges laid following River Kings hockey fracas

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CORNWALL, Ontario - A pair of local hockey fans have been charged by police after controversial incident that took place at a Cornwall River Kings game weeks ago.

The two men were charged with assault with a weapon and assault causing bodily harm.

It's alleged that on March 29 while at a playoff game between the Cornwall River Kings and Jonquiere at the Ed Lumley Arena the duo threw items at an opposing hockey team member striking him on the head causing the player to suffer injuries requiring medical attention.

A police investigation followed.

Mathew Beehler, 21 of Cornwall and Jamie MacDougall, 33 of Long Sault were arrested.

Beehler was later released to appear in court on April 29 while MacDougall was released to appear in court on May 15.

 

Geographic location: Ontario, Long Sault

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  • Jessy
    April 16, 2014 - 13:27

    Who decided it was a good idea to 'play we will rock you?' Genius, that what I would play too if I wanted ppl to pound each other..........Maybe next time a lil Bob, everything gona be alright would be best.......

  • Jumpn'
    April 15, 2014 - 18:09

    What a joke this Jonquiere team . Nothing to do but laugh at them. lol