10 July 2018

Toronto's bloody gangbanger wars...

...rack up new casualties...more bang-bang

One man has been arrested after a shooting at Madison and Bernard Avenues in the Annex area on Monday night around 10 p.m. Officers found one person with upper body injuries. The victim was taken to hospital in serious condition via emergency run. A second injured person is believed to be a pedestrian.

Officers say an abandoned vehicle was located nearby and a firearm was found in it. Shortly thereafter one person was arrested.
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UPDATE: Cops 2 - Bangers 0
Jermaine Hall, 23, of Richmond Hill, and Drucella Oduro, 21, of Toronto, are each charged with numerous firearms-related offences.
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RELATED: Never a dull moment in the GTA
An 18-year-old male, identified by police as Noor Mohamed, was charged with one count of accessory after the fact to murder in connection with the stabbing.

On Wednesday, police identified an additional outstanding suspect wanted for second-degree murder.

He was identified as 17-year-old Terrence Warner. While underage suspects are not normally identified, a judge’s order was received to publish his identity in hopes of locating him.
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LAST WORD: Let's talk "brute causes"...
"Late last week, a veteran police officer penned a letter to Toronto Mayor John Tory in which he blamed Tory for cancelling the Toronto Anti-Violence Intervention Strategy (TAVIS) in 2016, which the author says deprived police of a crucial tool in keeping violent street gangs at bay."

"The officer also referred to Chief Saunders as a 'puppet on the strings' being pulled by Tory."
The same way that Dalton McGuinty cancelled Ontario's "Zero Tolerance for Violence in Schools" policy, because... racism.


2 comments:

Anonymous said...

old white guy says----------------I am guessing that the blonde haired, blue eyed swedes are responsible.

Neo Conservative said...

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not unless their names are jermaine and drucella.

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