20 February 2011

Metropolitan Toronto farmers, hunters &...

...yes, skeet shooters... dodge yet another bullet...first degree

-- TORONTO -- Police have charged a 19-year-old man with first-degree murder in the shooting death of a man in a Toronto apartment building earlier this month.

Aasif Patel surrendered to police Saturday and is scheduled to appear in court today. Police are still searching for 19-year-old Wariskhan Pathan.
Meanwhile, in other "violent crime is down" news...
A 16-year-old girl with an undisclosed disability was clinging to life Sunday, a day after armed men burst into her family’s Scarborough home.
Hang on a second... didn't Michael Ignatieff & Jack Layton say the 2 billion dollar Farmer Bob Rifle Registry was gonna eliminate urban gun crime?

What went wrong, boys?


RELATED: Another one bites the dust
A man wanted for the shooting murder of a Toronto man outside a Vaughan banquet hall was arrested in Ottawa early Monday.

York police said they also arrested a woman for allegedly being an accessory after the fact in connection with the Jan. 21 slaying of Arash Elijah Bakhtaryani, 27.

Mohand Mohamed, 31, is to appear in Newmarket court Tuesday charged with first-degree murder. Police also charged Maryam Torabipour, 26, of Richmond Hill, with being an accessory after the fact.