Detectives busily rounding up farmers, deer hunters & skeet shooters as we speak...
"A man was rushed to hospital after he was shot in the arm in Etobicoke Sunday afternoon. Police say the shooting took place around 4 p.m. on Tandridge Crescent near Islington Avenue and Elmhurst Drive."In other local news...
"Police haven't released any information about a possible suspect and say it's too early to tell whether the shooting is related to a similar incident that took place in the same townhouse complex."
"A suspect was shot near Lansdowne Avenue and Dupont Street after officers were called to the area for reports of a person with a knife, police said Monday."Happy "Family Day" Toronto.
UPDATE: Another dead dumbass...
In Monday's incident, Josh Pimentel said, his wife watched a plainclothes police officer shoot a knife-wielding man who was wearing a mask. Pimentel said he wasn't home at the time, but his wife called him in a panic because a knife-wielding man was in their backyard.Hey... must've been some big score to risk your life, right?
Police have offered little information about the incident, but said officers were in a foot pursuit with at least two males, including one who may have been armed with a gun.
It's not known why police were chasing the suspects, but people who live in the area told CP24 the pursuit may have originated from a robbery at a nearby church.Yup... sheer criminal genius.
UPDATE2: Miscreant identified
"A man shot to death during an alleged showdown with Toronto Police was identified Wednesday as 48-year-old Frank Anthony Berry."