Jail Time and Probation for Man Involved in an Argument Turned Violent in Yorkton

One of two friends arrested in Yorkton after an argument turned violent, has admitted his guilt.
On March 7th, Yorkton RCMP were called to a west-end bar, on a report of a man suffering from a stab wound.
The investigation led them to a home on Franklin Avenue, where they found another man, with facial injuries.
In Yorkton Provincial Court today (Fri), 45-year-old Johnathon Cartwright pled guilty to five charges, including assault, and was sentenced to an additional 192 days in jail, followed by 8 months of probation.
His co-accused, Sidney Brandon, is charged with aggravated assault, and is scheduled to return to court on June 29th.

More from GX94 Radio