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Man arrested for slashing man's throat

TERRACE RCMP arrested a 41-year-old man for cutting the throat of another man in Terrace yesterday, July 8..

A passerby waved police down and directed them to a residence on Mountainview Ave. for a disturbance where police found a man covered in blood on top of another man.

Officers arrested the man on top and the man on the bottom fled.

Investigation determined that the man who had fled had cut the throat of another man, who was inside the residence.

Officers checked the area and located the man with the public’s help, hiding in tall grass.

He was arrested without incident.

Police have forwarded charges of aggravated assault and breach of recognizance on the 41-year-old man, who's from Kitimat.

He is held for court.

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