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Police tape demarking a crime scene. (JOHN LEHMANN/THE GLOBE AND MAIL)

Police tape demarking a crime scene.

(JOHN LEHMANN/THE GLOBE AND MAIL)

Windsor police charge fourth person in fatal stabbing of Toronto student Add to ...

Windsor police have charged a fourth person in the fatal stabbing of a Toronto man during a downtown street fight on Oct. 19.

Investigators say Ahmed Jaber, 23, was taken into custody Friday night at his Windsor home and charged with assault in the death of 19-year-old Gautham (Kevin) Kugathasan.

Kugathasan, who was in the city to attend university, was fatally wounded in the Oct. 17 melee between two groups of men.

Jaber is due in court Tuesday.

Three other Windsor men face charges, including 22-year-old Dwayne Nicholas Pierce, who stands accused of first-degree murder.

Also charged are 23-year-old Abdul Al-Bousaleh, who faces aggravated assault and weapons charges, and 30-year-old Ali Mahmoud Ahmed, who’s charged with possession of a weapon.

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