A Toronto man is now dealing with manslaughter expenses after a 46-year-old man injured in a combat final month died.
Police say a gaggle of individuals have been within the space of the boat launch situated at Bluffer’s Park on the morning of July 19 when two males grew to become concerned in a bodily altercation.
Investigators say one of many males then made his strategy to hospital with a vital head damage.
Police arrested 37-year-old Nathan Hill the next day and charged him with aggravated assault.
On Sunday, police mentioned the sufferer had died in hospital of his accidents. He has been recognized as Steven Mitchell.
Hill is now charged with manslaughter.
Police add that is nonetheless an energetic investigation and are taken with talking with anybody who was within the space of Bluffer’s Park or the marina space between 6 a.m. and 9 a.m. on July 19.