Three men are facing charges following an incident that left two others in critical condition.
A release from the Calgary Police Service states that charges have been laid against two 20-year-olds and one 19-year-old from Calgary in relation to an incident last August when police found two men suffering from multiple stab wounds at a home in Coach Hill.
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The men, who were both in their 20s, according to the release, were taken to hospital in serious condition, and an investigation was launched to find those responsible.
Three men have since been arrested and charged with offences related to the assault, with 30-year-old Imran Yusaf, 20-year-old Abbas Yusaf, and 19-year-old Luke Schamber facing a total of 18 charges.
The charges include including assault and forcible entry for all three, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose for both 20-year-olds, and breach of recognizance for Imran.
The three are expected to appear in court this November.