Victoria Police Department officers arrest a man at Tent City on Burdett Avenue after the man allegedly attacked a CTV cameraman who was filming an interview with another resident of the homeless encampment Friday afternoon.

Man arrested at Victoria’s Tent City following attack on TV cameraman

Victoria City police arrested a man after a CTV cameraman was attacked while filming in the homeless encampment

  • May. 27, 2016 3:00 p.m.




Victoria police have arrested one man Friday afternoon after a CTV cameraman was attacked from behind while filming in the homeless encampment in a downtown city park.

The man was taken away in a police cruiser.

The cameraman was not seriously hurt

 

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