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Windsor police charge fourth person in fatal stabbing of Toronto student

Police tape demarking a crime scene.

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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.

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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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