Video of Paige Theriault and Hodan Hashi Authorities say that Theriault knew the victim before the fight. At first, he was charged with second-degree murder, but those charges were later dropped, and he was only charged with manslaughter. The Paige Theriault Hodan Hashi video is explained in this article.
After an argument early Saturday morning at the Crazy Cactus bar in Saskatoon, a 22-year-old woman has been charged with manslaughter. On Monday, Paige Theriault-Fisher showed up in provincial court. She is blamed for killing Hodan Hashi, who was 23 years old.
Theriault was first charged with second-degree murder, but the charge was dropped, and he was charged with manslaughter instead. Police say Theriault knew the victim before the incident. The violence was caught on video by bystanders and quickly went viral on social media.
Police say that an investigation is still going on. Even though they weren’t mentioned in the press release, the victim and Theriault were found in social media posts.
Theriault, whose full name is Paige Theriault-Fisher, went to court for the first time on Monday, November 7, wrote Bre McAdam of the Star Phoenix. McAdam says prosecutors fought against her release, and a bail hearing is set for Thursday, November 10.
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“At 2:41 a.m. on November 5, 2022, police were called to a business in the 200 block of Third Avenue South because a woman was severely hurt. When the responding officers arrived, they found a 23-year-old woman who was seriously injured.
According to a statement from the Saskatoon Police Department, she died even though first responders and Medavie Health Services West tried to save her. They were already friends. Police patrols and people from the Serious Crime Unit, the Serious Injury Unit, and the Forensic Unit are looking into it.