The Vancouver Police Department has been involved in an investigation over the weekend regarding a Yaletown bar’s staff member supposedly assaulting a bride-to-be women, who was quickly shifted to the nearby hospital for several cuts, bruises and wounds on different parts of her body. It was explained by Sgt. Randy Fincham that the police was informed about the incident and called to the Bar None Nightclub, in the 1200 block of Hamilton Street, almost around 11:45 p.m. PT, where it immediately discovered the 29-year-old Mission woman.
In an official press release on Monday on behalf of Vancouver Police, Fincham, claimed that we believe the woman was a party in a dispute within two different groups of people inside the bar. He alleged that “we do know that there was another group involved, other than the victim and bar staff.” Fincham added that “It is important that these people come forward and tell their side of the story.”
Paul Stoilen, of the Donnelly Group, asserted that the management of Bar None has complete knowledge of the situation and is taking it “very seriously.” Stoilen alleged that the police has already evaluated the surveillance video of the scene and concluded that there is no reason to lay any charges as yet. He mentioned in a written press statement that “the police were called immediately and arrived on scene shortly after the altercation occurred. They have reviewed footage from the evening and have decided that no charges should be laid against either party. Our patrons’ safety is our first priority and we are continuing to review this issue with staff who were present that evening.”
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