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Home invaders to stand trial

Five men have been ordered to stand trial in connection to a September 2009 home invasion linked to domestic violence.

Following a preliminary inquiry, Daniel E. Wattley, Japjot Gill, Paviter Gill, Robinder Gill and Dalbir Gill were all ordered to stand trial.

According to police, five men armed with guns and knives barged into a home on the 6000 block of Alderbridge Way and assaulted two women and three men.

Shortly after the home invasion, police said the female occupant of the home had just returned home along with four friends when the suspects forced their way in.

All of the victims received medical attention and some were taken to hospital.

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