Matthew Barry Hooey, 28, and Steven St. Pierre, 34, made brief separate appearances in Moose Jaw Provincial Court on Tuesday, stemming from a reported stabbing that occurred on Sunday.
On Sunday, at approximately 7:14 p.m., Moose Jaw Police Service attended to an emergency call involving a person with possible stab wounds in the 800 block of Stadacona Street East.
Hooey, who faces one charge of aggravated assault, appeared in provincial court on Tuesday morning.
Crown prosecutor Brian Hendrickson told the court the Crown was opposed to release. Hooey will next appear in provincial court on Friday for a bail hearing.
St. Pierre appeared before provincial court in the afternoon; he faces charges of aggravated assault, possession of a weapon, uttering threats and multiple counts of breach of court orders. He is scheduled to be spoken to on Friday in Moose Jaw Provincial Court.
A press release from Moose Jaw Police Service stated that in addition to the first responders, members from the Police Forensic Identification Unit, K-9 Unit and Criminal Investigations Unit attended at the scene on Sunday.
Moose Jaw and District EMS also attended to provide emergency medical attention. The victim was treated for serious, but non-life threatening injuries at Union Hospital, and was later released.