Brayden Bullock awaits sentencing after pleading guilty to stabbing


A Wasaga Beach man accused of stabbing nearly a year ago will have to wait even longer in his Penetanguishene jail cell to learn his fate.

Brayden Bullock, now 21, has been arrested and charged with attempted murder, break and enter with intent, assault and uttering a death threat, as well as disobeying a probation order following an altercation on March 13, 2021, which sent a 33-year-old man to hospital with a stab wound to the chest.

A manhunt has begun to locate Bullock, who police say should be considered armed and dangerous.

A week after the warrant for his arrest was issued, Bullock was found by police 2,700 kilometers away in Saskatoon.

In November, he pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of aggravated assault.

On Tuesday, the court heard that the pre-sentence report was not ready as the Crown and defense prepare to deliver submissions to Judge Michelle Fuerst.

Bullock’s attorney, Jason Rabinovitch, told CTV News he wouldn’t comment on the proceedings without his client’s permission.

Judge Fuerst has scheduled Bullock’s sentencing hearing to resume on March 17.


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