Attemped vehicle theft turned stabbing ends in charges for two Regina men

Two residents of Regina have been charged after an apparent stabbing during an attempted vehicle theft on the morning of June 26.

Police were sent at 4:00 a.m. to Dawson Crescent just west of Albert Street where they learned of a man who had been stabbed. An injured man was found at a home and was provided first aid by police until EMS arrived and transported him to hospital. He suffered serious but non-life-threatening stab wounds.

The investigation determined that a man was trying to steal a car in a nearby parking lot on Avonhurst Drive and Elphinstone Street. The vehicle’s owner made his way to the scene where an altercation occurred in which it’s alleged the owner stabbed the suspect.

Officers eventually located the vehicle and its owner, 44-year-old Vincent Kakakaway, in a parking lot on Avonhurst Drive. He was charged with aggravated assault.

The man who attempted to steal the car, 30-year-old Jordan Geddes, was charged with attempted theft of a motor vehicle, assault with a weapon and possession of break in instruments.

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