A man with an arrest warrant out of Grande Prairie has turned himself in to police in Ontario on an unrelated matter. On March 21st, Peel Regional Police identified 25 year old Ronjot Singh Dhami as a suspect in what’s being called a “vicious assault” on a man with autism in Mississauga.
The 29 year old victim was reportedly punched and kicked multiple times by three men at a bus terminal on Tuesday, March 13th. The man was taken to hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries.
Dhami surrendered Monday and was charged with one count of aggravated assault. He has an outstanding warrant out of Grande Prairie for being a no show in court on June 7, 2017. A bail hearing was set for Monday, March 26th, but at this point there is no next appearance scheduled in Grande Prairie.
In November 2016, Dhami and three others were charged after drugs and guns were seized from four homes in the city. Dhami has no fixed address, but has previously lived in Surrey, B.C.
One other suspect in the Mississauga attack has been arrested, and it’s believed the third may go by the first name of Jason. Two other people have been arrested and charged with accessory after the fact.