Update: One arrested, one more to go in latest Surrey stabbings

Surrey Mounties have arrested a suspect in last Thursday's stabbing in Whalley.

Surrey RCMP hunting for two suspects after stabbings in Whalley on Sunday and Thursday

SURREY — Surrey Mounties have arrested a suspect in the stabbing of a 25-year-old man in Whalley last Thursday night.

Steven Fayant, 23, of Port Coquitlam has been charged with aggravated assault and failing to comply with a bail condition.

He is expected to appear in Surrey provincial court on Thursday.

A 25-year-old man was taken to hospital with stab wounds after police found him in the 13300-block of Old Yale Road.

Meantime, police are also looking for a suspect in a stabbing that happened in Whalley on Sunday afternoon.

This one happened at about 4:50 p.m. near 100th Avenue and 132nd Street.

“We know who it is, we’ve just got to track him down,” Corporal Scotty Schumann said. The victim was stabbed inside a vehicle and has already been released from hospital.

Staff Sergeant Dale Carr said the Sunday stabbing was “a targeted altercation between two persons that are known to each other.”

Police are asking witnesses to call the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502.


Just Posted

Surrey wants BNSF to slow Crescent trains

Mayor Linda Hepner said ‘it’s the least we can do’

Rail-safety forum planned for White Rock this Friday

Event to include municipal, federal, provincial governments

White Rock open house to discuss city’s aquifer protection plan

Examination of potential hazards includes increased population, climate change

‘Connecting Threads’ and more in Surrey Art Gallery’s fall shows

Free admission at opening reception and panel discussion Sunday afternoon

SFU unveils new lab at Surrey Memorial Hospital

Combination of MRI, MEG allows for ‘best possible windows’ intro brain function

B.C. RCMP turn to Const. Scarecrow to shock speeders into slowing down

New addition will watch over drivers from a Coquitlam median for first-of-its-kind pilot in Canada

B.C. home to 1/3 of Canada’s overdose deaths in first 3 months of the year

There were 1,036 overdose deaths in the first three months of the year, with 94 per cent accidental

B.C. candidate moves from hospice care to council race

He beat terminal cancer twice and entered hospice when he decided to run for council.

Canadian tobacco exec pushes back against vaping health concerns

A warning from Interior Health about the unknown health risks of vaping is getting a partial rebuke

New ‘meowyoral’ race featuring felines announced by B.C. animal shelter

Organizers hope the cat election will generate attention for shelter and local municipal election

Ministry of Agriculture commits $300,000 to help B.C. farmers obtain land

B.C. Land Matching Program supports access to affordable farmland for young farmers

Canadian air force short 275 pilots

Attrition outpaces recruitment and training claims Air Force

Teacher suspended after physically shushing, saying ‘shut up’ to student

Grade 5 student reported feeling ‘confused and a little scared’

Most Read