Man stabbed in Langford home

A man was stabbed in a Langford home, Oct. 13. Tyler Wardrope, 22, has been arrested and remains in custody.

West Shore RCMP attended a home on Sutherland Round at the scene of a stabbing, Oct. 13.

The 911 call came in at about 10:45 p.m. It was reported a man had been stabbed at the Langford residence.

When police arrived they located the victim inside the home with a laceration on his chest and back. He was taken to hospital by B.C. Ambulance.

Shortly after Tyler Wardrope, 22, who matched the suspect’s description, returned to the home and was arrested by West Shore RCMP. Police say the victim and the Wardrope may have known each other.

At the time of the attack the suspect had already been court ordered to not carry a knife. He was charged with aggravated assault and assaulting a police officer.

Wardrope remains in custody and his next court appearance is Oct. 30 at Western Communities Provincial Court.

RCMP Major Crime Unit has taken over the investigation.


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