06 January 2019

That took all of six days...

Toronto... first murder of 2019...insert alt text here

Toronto police are investigating the city’s first homicide of the year after a man was stabbed and killed early Sunday morning in in Scarborough’s Kennedy Park neighbourhood.
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UPDATE: Winning Lotto 666insert alt text here
Police responded to a call for a stabbing at a Toronto Community Housing Corp. building at 40 Gordonridge Place near Danforth Road and Midland Avenue. “The information were getting is that the building and that particular floor had heavy drug activity.” Another man was stabbed to death in the same building in April of last year and was the city’s 17th homicide of 2018.
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UPDATE2: Cops bag suspected killer...

...not his first rodeo...insert alt text here
In January 2014, he pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit an indictable offence (an armoured truck robbery) and received a suspended sentence, 18 months probation on top of time served.

He also has convictions for assaulting his girlfriend and then breaching conditions to stay away from her.

Two years ago, he was convicted of possession of a firearm and received time served — 45 days pre-sentence custody — and a $10 fine. A social media posting for Ming lists him as a “marketing co-ordinator.”


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

old white guy says ----- still thinning the gene pool.

Neo Conservative said...

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toronto "community" housing.

no surprises here.

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marc in calgary said...

Do all the gangsters know they'll be fined $10 and pretrial jail time served for "possession of a firearm" ?

That wouldn't deter me if I were to quit plumbing and take on "marketing coordinator" or some other related career.

*Not that I have a problem with non felons and concealed carry.

Neo Conservative said...

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don't forget this poor lad's other charges...

"In January 2014, he pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit an indictable offence (an armoured truck robbery) and received a suspended sentence, 18 months probation on top of time served."

toothless, clawless and shot through with politically-correct sentiments.

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marc in calgary said...

Exactly, it appears the judge "forgot" ...

So he was off probation by at least 6 months before he celebrated with the gun possession?