Campbell River RCMP Update on parking lot stabbing:
2021-06-05 14:18 PDT
File # 2021-7116
Campbell River RCMP Update on Parking Lot Stabbing:
Campbell River RCMP took 37 year old, Damien Soroczynski into custody in the afternoon of June 4th, 2021 in relation to the unprovoked stabbing that occurred in the Superstore Parking Lot on the night of June 2nd, 2021.
Soroczynski, who has a Criminal Record out of Ontario, is not originally from Campbell River and was relatively new to the area. He has been charged with Attempted Murder and Aggravated Assault and will be appearing in BC Provincial Court on Tuesday June 8th.
Significant RCMP resources were allocated to investigate this stabbing. The Campbell River Major Crime Unit along with other plainclothes units such as our Street Crime Unit poured all their efforts into locating the suspect and accomplished a monumental task in a very short time, in order to preserve public safety. With Police Dog Services present during the arrest, Soroczynski was taken into custody without incident, demonstrating the ability of a dog and it’s handler in preventing a potentially volatile situation from escalating.
RCMP spokesperson Cst. Maury Tyre said,
We hope that people in the community can feel a little more at ease now that Soroczynski is in custody. We also would like to wish the victim in this matter all the best in her recovery from the injuries sustained, both physical and mental.
Cst. Maury TyreMedia Relations Officer
Campbell River RCMP
275 South Dogwood Street, Campbell River BC V9W 8C8
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