A Brampton man is facing four alleged charges after a stabbing at Brock University.
Abdul Zaman, 20, is facing robbery, assault with a weapon, aggravated assault and fraudulently obtaining food.
St. Catharines Criminal Investigations Branch arrested the man and is currently being held in custody.
On March 21, officers responded to the report of a shooting at Brock University. The investigation determined that two male suspects had confronted three Brock students with weapons on the campus. Three student were assaulted and two faced non-life threatening stabbings. All three were transported to the hospital.
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The bail hearing will be on April 17 at the Robert S.K. Welch Courthouse in the St. Catharines.
Detectives continue to investigate this incident and are still actively searching for a second male suspect. According to the police, the second suspect is possibly of South Asian descent and wearing light coloured clothing.
The weapons used by the suspects which included a knife and a pellet gun have not been recovered by the police.
Anyone with information is asked to call the police or Crime Stoppers.