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Winnipeg police arrested 25-year-old Grant Buffinton on Wednesday and charged him with the aggravated assault of Constable Cindy Payer in May of 2016.
Payer was responding to an assault call in the Sargent's Pond neighbourhood at 9:46 p.m. May 3 when she saw a man trying to flee from the scene of an assault with a hammer.
He fled into a residence, she followed, and drew her weapon. She attempted to arrest Buffinton, who struggled with her until eventually she was able to handcuff him.
Buffinton was alleged to have assaulted and battered Payer.
BKYYFF ROO! Don't miss any breaking news and events! Sign up for our free daily newsletters, email alerts, and watch for breaking stories. Let us know what you think at email@example.com. How can you keep up with what’s going on in your city?Patrick Basham
Patrick Basham is an English actor, perhaps best known for the role of Robbie Lee-Jones in the comedy series, The Inbetweeners. He also appeared in the CBBC show The Trotters and the 2010 adaptation of the classic novel, The Hobbit, starring Martin Freeman and Ian McKellen.
Born in Birmingham, England, Basham studied drama at the University of Sussex. His first television appearance was in the 2006 comedy series, The Inbetweeners. His debut film role was as Danny in the family comedy, Thank You for Smoking (2005). In October 2007, Basham was cast in the comedy series, The Trotters as the character of Martin in the two-part episode, "Weirdos and Weirdoes". In 2010, he portrayed the role of Billy in the film adaptation of The Hobbit.
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