24 October 2010

Never a gun registry around...

...when you really need one...

Two men were killed and the young woman was in critical condition after the shootings Saturday evening near a housing complex in Winnipeg's north end.

Police say a 13-year-old girl was shot first and seriously wounded. Fifteen minutes later, an adult male was gunned down and killed a few blocks away, followed 20 minutes later by the fatal shooting of another man in a third location.

Michalyshen said officers are looking for a person who may be male, aboriginal, in his twenties, wearing dark clothing and between 5'8 and 6'0 in height.

One witness described seeing a man riding down the street on a mountain bike "looking like a ninja."
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RELATED: If only there was a law
-- HALIFAX -- A 27-year-old Nova Scotia man was shot and killed at a city apartment building as he attempted to deliver a pizza on Saturday night, says a spokesman for the Halifax police.

The police officer said investigators are troubled by the incident, in part because they've found no evidence so far that the shooter knew the man dropping off the food.

If this turns out to be a random incident it's that much more concerning and something we'll have to put our efforts behind in an effort to solve," said the constable.
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LAST WORD: Vote Fuzzy-Bunny Smitherman...

...he'll hire way more social workers...
-- TORONTO -- A man has died near in a shooting near Shuter Street and Sackville Green. Police responded to a call about gunshots at 3 a.m. Monday morning. When they arrived at the scene they discovered a male victim lying on the sidewalk.

The shooting comes two weeks after a 15-year-old and a 19-year-old were shot and killed in Regent Park on Thanksgiving weekend.
The latest victim...
Toronto police have identified 24-year-old Albert Kiwubeyi of Toronto as the city's 51st homicide victim of 2010.

Police found his body lying on a Shuter Street sidewalk shortly after 3 a.m. Monday, "suffering from an obvious gunshot wound," they said Tuesday in a news release.


3 comments:

jwkozak91 said...

Man, the neighbourhood's changed since the Ukies started to move out 60 years ago.

Neo Conservative said...

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hey... remember when you were a kid... and people were constantly getting knocked down by gunfire like bowling pins on a small town saturday night?

yeah... me neither.

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jwkozak91 said...

Good luck to Rob Ford today!

Verification word: "satin", as in satin sheets for Miller's civic union boys.