York Region Police responded to a call reporting a stabbing early Saturday morning. Meanwhile, Toronto Police received calls for two downtown stabbing incidents.
The first stabbing happened in Newmarket around 2:20 a.m., where York Region Police say a man in his 30′s was outside of a home on Maurice Court, near the Davis Drive and Yonge Street area.
He was stabbed multiple times, police say. He’s being treated for serious injuries in a Toronto hospital.
There is a suspect in custody, according to police.
Two stabbings took place in Toronto.
The first happened on Bulwer Street, north of Queen Street on Spadina Avenue. Police say a 23-year-old victim was found on Bulwer St. around 3:30 a.m. and rushed to hospital with serious injuries after multiple stab wounds.
Police are unsure if the actual crime occurred on Bulwer St. or if the victim ended up there after being stabbed somewhere else.
Later, police report a second stabbing on Spadina Avenue at Nassau Street, south of College Street. A 20-year-old man was injured.
Police have not released details on suspects or descriptions.