The well-known connection between hot weather and the incidence of assault would seem to be borne out yet again on Toronto streets this summer. Police report assaults on Yonge St. at Lawrence Ave and at a home near College St. and Bathurst Sts. this week. Another outdoor incident at Roncesvalles Ave. and Howard Park Ave. has seen a man spit at a woman on the street for no apparent reason. There are surveillance pictures of him above. Summer heat is a proven factor in aggressive behavior. Doctors say that hot temperatures elevate feelings of anger and hostility, decrease alertness and energy, and increase aggression and violence.
Hospital technician on sexual assault among releases
- Traffic restrictions and security enhancements, 52 Division
- 35th anniversary of missing person case, eight year-old girl missing since 1985, Nicole Morin
- Sexual assault investigation, Syed Zaki, 48, facing three counts of sexual assault
- Six people arrested In connection with cannabis grow operation, street value of more than $2 million,