Two men were arrested following an armed attack in Sherbrooke late Sunday evening.
The police were called to go, around 10 p.m., on Bowen Street South, concerning two hooded individuals fighting. On the spot, the police arrest the two men dressed in black and hooded.
The Service de police de la Ville de Sherbrooke (SPS) reported that the victim and a witness took refuge in Parc Félix Thibault before being met by the police who arrived for assistance.
The victim says he was hit ten times with a glass bottle after an argument that degenerated.
“The victim suffered minor injuries,” said the SPS, adding that the reason for the dispute remains unknown.
The two arrested suspects, aged 19 and 22, are known to the police. They will face charges of assault with a weapon and breach of conditions.