Chief Thai Truong Standing at the podium
Photo credit: London Police Service

London Police provide update on Canadian World Junior team investigation

Published February 5, 2024 at 2:22 PM
The London Police Service provided and update on the investigation into the 2018 Canadian World Junior Team at a 2pm press conference today.

According to the London Police Service, the update on the investigation and the charges the 5 players are facing os as follows; take a look.

London Police Chief Thai Truong announces the charges against members of Canada's 2018 world junior team as follows...

Dillon Dubé: 1 count of sexual assault

Cal Foote: 1 count of sexual assault

Alex Formenton: 1 count of sexual assault

Carter Hart: 1 count of sexual assault

Michael McLeod: 2 counts of sexual assault

London Police Chief Thai Truong extends his "sincerest" apology to the victim of the alleged sexual assault committed by members of the 2018 Canadian world junior team and her family "for the amount of time that it has taken to reach this point."

«I would like to make it clear that the victim in this matter has fully participated in this investigation from the time it was initially reported to police until today.» - LPS

London Police Chief Thai Truong has announced all of the 5 members are facing at least one charge with Michael McLoad facing two charges.

Chief Thai Truong also said that the London Police Service also apologized to the victim and their family for the case talking so long to develop and added that she is fully cooperative with the investigation.

At least we know some information on the direction of this case and I'm sure there's much more to uncover, but this is a start


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