Crime near George Brown campuses

Assaults at Ryerson, police seek man for death threats

Student bitten at Ryerson

On Friday, Nov. 7, around 12:30 a.m., a Ryerson community member was approached by a subject on the 1st floor atrium area of the architecture building, near the west entrance.

The victim felt the subject grasp her poncho from behind, and when she turned around she discovered the subject had bitten and had her poncho in his mouth.

The subject then released the victim’s poncho, left the area through the west entrance, and was last seen walking southbound on the east side of Church Street. The victim did not want Toronto Police Services involved.

Man beats victim with cane near Ryerson

On Nov. 13, around 12:15 p.m. a non-Ryerson community member was approached by a subject on the west side of Victoria Street, across from the victoria building.

The subject assumed the victim was soliciting for money at the entrance of a restaurant on the west side of Victoria St. near Dundas.

The subject then became upset with the victim, an argument started, and the subject raised the cane that he was using and swung it at the victim striking him on the back.

Man threatens to kill woman

Above: Darko Drmanac, 28, wanted for Uttering Threats and Criminal Harassment

Above: Darko Drmanac, 28, wanted for Uttering Threats and Criminal Harassment

The Toronto Police Service is requesting the public’s assistance locating a man wanted for a series of criminal harassment and uttering threats charges.

On Monday, Aug. 25, a woman was working at her desk in the Queen St. East and Sherbourne area.

It is alleged that she received numerous phone calls from a man known to her, the man said he was coming to kill her, and the woman feared for her life and police were called.

Officers are now looking for Darko Drmanac, 28, of Toronto, wanted on five counts of uttering threats and four counts of criminal harassment.

He is described as white, 28, 6’0″, 154 lbs., thin build with shoulder-length black hair and a beard. Police consider him to be violent, dangerous, and he should not be approached.

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Crime near George Brown campuses