Debbie Graves, 63, of Moncton identified as hit-run victim

The 63-year-old woman on a temporary transfer from her employer to Toronto from Moncton has been identified as the woman killed October 4 in a hit-and-run on Don Mills Rd. She was Debbie Graves, an employee of the research firm Numeris. Ms. Graves had just left the company’s office in North York when she was hit by a blue Nissan Rogue that leaped the curb and killed her. The driver fled. Ms. Graves was walking to the nearby Westin Prince Hotel when hit.

MAN CHARGED WITH HAMMER ATTACK ON CHILDREN

A man is charged with two counts of attempted murder after two children, both under 10, were attacked with a hammer, police say. This occurred at a residence near Jane St. and Steeles Ave Saturday.  Both children were taken to hospital with serious injuries. They were both treated and are expected to make a full recovery. The accused has not been named to protect the children. He is 53. Other charges include choking and threatening.

TTC JANITOR ATTACKED A TTC

A TTC janitor was punched by a man at the Bloor-Yonge Station late Monday night. His injuries are minor The suspect has been described by police as a black male in his 50s who was seen wearing blue jeans and a dark jacket.

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