24 November 2010

Well... maybe some bullets just dropped...

...randomly down from the heavens...

Homicide detectives say it's too early to determine if a teen's murder is tied to his charge of trying to kill someone last year.

Billy Nathanson, 19, was shot to death in an ambush involving two male suspects outside his father-in-law's home around 9:45 p.m. Monday as he returned from work.

The victim was on $15,000 bail on charges of attempt murder, discharging a firearm with intent to endanger life, possessing a firearm without permit and using a firearm to commit attempt murder.
Geez... if only there was some giant, magical database...

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RELATED: The bodies keep piling up
Police are trying to figure who killed a Toronto man and put his body in a blue plastic barrel by the roadside in rural Milton.

Friends say the victim, Garfield Steele, was a gentle giant who was nicknamed G*KATT after the orange cartoon feline of the same name.
And...
A man wanted in the murder of a Mississauga pimp is the brother of a recent Toronto murder victim, but police said Wednesday there is no known connection between the killings.

Donald “Don Kartel” Grant, 27, was gunned down outside the Holiday Inn Express, on Ambler Dr. in Mississauga, on Nov. 7, nearly one month after his alleged killer’s little brother died in a double murder in Regent Park.


2 comments:

JR said...

Excellent point, Neo.

Neo Conservative said...

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the obvious solution to toronto's urban handgun violence is to spend two billion taxpayer dollars to harass rural dwellers... like farmers, duck hunters & skeet shooters.

i don't know how anyone could miss it.

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