The third man wanted for viciously beating an autistic man at a Mississauga, Ont. bus station is in custody.
Jaspaul Singh Uppal, 21, surrendered to police in Abbotsford and he was flown under guard to Toronto on May 23, according to theBreaker sources.
Peel Regional Police identified Uppal and issued a Canada-wide warrant for his arrest on May 16. Three days later, Uppal surrendered to the Abbotsford Police. He will face an aggravated assault charge, like his alleged accomplices, 21-year-old Parmvir Singh Chahil from Abbotsford and 25-year-old Ronjot Singh Dhami of Surrey.
Before the end of March, Dhami turned himself in to police in suburban Toronto and Chahil was arrested in Windsor, Ont.
The three are suspects in a brief, but violent attack on an autistic man who was putting on rollerblades in the bus terminal beside Square One Mall in Mississauga on March 13. The victim was seriously injured in the attack, which was captured on surveillance video.
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