Three people are now facing charges after an assault victim attended the hospital with extensive injuries in early November.
On Tuesday November 4, a man had attended the University Hospital of Northern BC suffering from extensive injuries. Those injuries were believed to have been the result of an assault. The Prince George RCMP requested the public’s help in identifying the 30-year-old victim’s attacker(s).
Through investigation, including information provided by the public, three people have now been charged for the attack:
- Allan Troy Baker, a 30-year-old Prince George resident currently on the Prince George RCMP’s prolific offender list;
- Jason Gordon Mease, a 36-year-old Prince George resident well known to police;
- April Rose Ccharlie, a 30-year-old Prince George resident with extensive police involvement in many northern B.C communities including Vanderhoof, Fraser Lake and Burns Lake.
Provincial Crown Counsel have approved charges of aggravated assault, assault causing bodily harm, and assault with a weapon, against all three.
Baker was already in custody as part of a firearms related investigation on November 6. He will remain in custody at least until his next court appearance scheduled for November 19.
Mease has been remanded in custody at least until his next court appearance scheduled for November 19.
Charlie has been release from custody with conditions, pending her next court appearance scheduled for January 7, 2015.