MISSISSAUGA — You can run from Peel cops, you can hide from Peel cops but you won’t always enjoy anonymity.
Jaspaul Uppal — the lone remaining suspect on the loose in the attack on an autistic man at the Square One bus terminal — is finding that out.
Peel Regional Police Wednesday night issued a Canada-wide warrant for his arrest.
He was allegedly one of the three caught on video assaulting a 29-year-old autistic man who was taking his roller skates off on March 13. The man was repeatedly punched and kicked by all three — and suffered a broken nose and emotional scars.
Peel Regional Police Insp. Norm English called it a “vicious and brutal” attack — one that upset people across the country. Peel vowed to catch those responsible.
At first, the tips coming in were lean. English and the 12 Division team persevered and two suspects were identified.
Parmvir Singh Chahil, 21, was the first one tracked down in the border city of Windsor. With the help of Windsor police, they found him at a hotel and charged the accused with aggravated assault. The next guy in handcuffs was Ronjot Singh Dhami, 25, who turned himself in at a Brampton police station. He was also charged with aggravated assault.
But the third suspect proved to be elusive. He is on the lam, Peel didn’t even have his name, let alone his picture.
“We never give up,” said Det. John Farquharson. “We were always working on this.”
This has been a very busy week for Peel Police. Wednesday they were investigating a serious hit and run at a mall in the Dixie Rd.-QEW area that left a man with life-threatening injuries.
Peel Police are also hot on the trail of a pervert who Tuesday allegedly sexually assaulted an 80-year-old woman on the Sawmill Valley Trail. Peel detectives are also trying to figure out who scrawled graffiti — a death threat to “Republicans” — on a wall at South Common Mall.
Where are you, Jaspaul Uppal? Sleep well because the police are coming for you.
Source:: Toronto Sun – Movies