Former OHL Player Faces Legal Consequences Following Golf Course Incident
A video that recently went viral across the internet depicted a disturbing incident in which an individual assaulted people on a golf course using golf clubs. It has since come to light that this man has a background as a former player in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL).
In the alarming video, a man is seen sprinting across the greens of an Ontario golf course, brandishing a golf club, and subsequently striking another individual in the back with it.
The footage also captures the man uttering threats, expressing his desire to harm another person who remains off-camera.
Identity of the Charged Individual Has Been Revealed
According to reports from the Sault St. Marie Police Department, the individual featured in the video has been identified as Joel Sandie, a former OHL player. Sandie's junior career spanned from 1990 to 1993, during which he played for the Kingston Frontenacs, Cornwall Royals, Sudbury Wolves, and London Knights.
Sandie did not progress to the professional ranks in hockey and currently works as a realtor in Sault St. Marie. He is scheduled to appear in court and has been formally charged with assault with a weapon, with the date of the incident being September 18th.
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