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Four Indo-Canadian Men From Brampton Charged After Victim Stabbed Trying To Stop Theft

Four Brampton men face charges after a Good Samaritan was stabbed when he interrupted an attempted tractor-trailer theft at his work, Wellington OPP report. Harjinder Sandhu, 44, Maheep Singh, 30, Balwinder Dhensa, 60, and Mandeep Gill, 36, all of Brampton, have been charged with robbery, assault causing bodily harm, and possession of stolen property. Gill was also charged with three counts of breach of recognizance and one count of possessing break-in tools.

BRAMPTON – Four Brampton men face charges after a Good Samaritan was stabbed when he interrupted an attempted tractor-trailer theft at his work east of Cambridge, Wellington OPP report.

Harjinder Sandhu, 44, Maheep Singh, 30, Balwinder Dhensa, 60, and Mandeep Gill, 36, all of Brampton, have been charged with robbery, assault causing bodily harm, and possession of stolen property.

Gill was also charged with three counts of breach of recognizance and one count of possessing break-in tools.

The victim arrived for work at 6:40 a.m. May 3 at a business in the Township of Puslinch, according to OPP Const. Marylou Schwindt.

He came across four strangers allegedly trying to steal a tractor trailer. Police say he confronted one of the men, and was stabbed. He has since been released from hospital, according to Schwindt.

 

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