A woman has a court date after allegedly violating social distancing orders and assaulting bylaw officers on two separate occasions, according to the city of Winnipeg.
The city says the woman was served two summons on May 14, both for failing to maintain two metres’ distance from another individual.
The first incident allegedly occurred the week prior, on May 4, and the second on May 12.
“The basic details of what I can get into is that there was an incident that happened at Assiniboine Park where bylaw and community service ambassadors witnessed something they felt needed to be looked into further,” says Jay Shaw, the head of Winnipeg’s emergency preparedness.
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