Man with self-inflicted wounds arrested Thursday in Saanich

Man scheduled to make a court appearance Tuesday in Victoria

A 33-year-old man remains in police custody after Saanich police arrested him Thursday afternoon.

Sgt. Jereme Leslie of the Saanich Police said police responded to a domestic incident in the 4200-block of Grange Road just before 11 a.m on Jan. 3. Leslie said crews took the man to an area hospital with what authorities said were self-inflicted wounds.

“This man has been remanded by the courts and remains in custody,” he said.

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“As the matter is before the courts we’ll be unable to provide further comment at this time.”

The man is scheduled to make a court appearance Tuesday, said Leslie.


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