The convicted murderer, who was about to be dragged into prison, was almost beaten by a court audience.
Police in Durham said violence broke out at about 2: 20. m.
In Oshawa on Tuesday, the murder trial of a horrific 2014 Uxbridge murder is coming to an end. “A (man)
Sit in the public gallery, skip the partition and move forward to the sentenced person, "Sgt.
Bill Calder claimed on Wednesday. “The (man)
The protective glass surrounding the prisoner was damaged and caught by the special police.
Reporters from The Dulham area.
Com witnessed the incident and reported that the prisoner was Cole James Henderson, who was convicted of a second offence.
On June, Richard Morrison was stabbed to death while sleeping in the house where she lived with her mother in February, a murder. 28, 2014.
Supreme Court Judge Laura bird concluded that Henderson entered the victim's basement bedroom in the middle of the night and stabbed 26-year-
The old man he knew from high school.
It was Morrison's mother who found her son almost beheaded in his blood.
Soak bed in Dulham area. com reports.
On Tuesday, Bird sentenced Henderson to life in prison and no parole for 15 years.
Then, just as the judge instructed court officials to escort Henderson from the court, it was reported that a burly man jumped off his seat and rushed to the prisoner's box.
It is reported that the court audience punched the glass partition and nearly hit the convicted murderer.
The violence prompted many court officials to rush into the court.
"A special police officer was attacked when he and other officials in the court tried to restrain the suspect," Calder said . ".
"Special police officers have suffered minor injuries and do not need to seek medical treatment immediately.
"He was unable to comment on what the accused had to do with the murdered Morrison (if any ).
Garrett Neale, 29, of macum, was charged with assault and injury at $5,000.
He was later released on a conditional commitment.
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