20 May 2018

Toronto Homicide Cops round up...

...farmers, hunters and... wait a minute...toronto's most wanted

Toronto paramedics confirmed that one male victim, since identified by police as Mohammed Gharda, 17, of Toronto, was pronounced dead at the scene after a shooting in Scarborough early Sunday morning. An 18-year-old male was taken to hospital with serious, possibly life-threatening injuries.
But, wait... there's more...
"One man is dead following a shooting in the city’s downtown in the area of Yonge and Wellington streets on Sunday night, Toronto police confirm. Three armed suspects fled the area westbound on Wellington Street in a small black car."
Surprise, surprise...
"He has been identified as 28-year-old Toronto-resident Jaiden Jackson. Police say Jackson was at Pick 6, a newly opened restaurant and sports bar co-owned by the rapper Drake and his head of security, when he left with an unidentified woman around 9 p.m. "
Toronto's 30th & 31st homicides of 2018.


UPDATE: The hits just keep on coming...
"A male victim believed to be in his teens was injured in a North York shooting at around 2 p.m. Monday afternoon in the area of Jane Street and Sheppard Avenue. Two male suspects were seen fleeing the area after the shooting, according to officers. No descriptions of the suspects have been released."

RELATED: Pays you money, takes you chances...
Toronto police are investigating after one man sustained serious injuries in a stabbing at Spadina Station Sunday afternoon. Police said the stabbing may have taken place in the pedestrian tunnel at the busy station.

Subway trains on lines 1 are currently bypassing Spadina Station because of the investigation.

LAST WORD: A little "Felonious Interruptus"
The two suspects taken into custody were identified by police as Amiin Mohamoud, 18, and Zarie Pitamba, 18, both of Toronto.

Each is facing a dozen charges relating to firearms possession and drugs possession.