Wednesday , October 20 2021

In a violent 48-hour shoot, two of Toronto's dead, wounded, fired



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Two men were killed and at least five were injured, within 48 hours full of bullets in Toronto.

"The shooting is an unusual amount, and he is very proud," said Toronto Conservative Police Officer David Hopkinson. It's too early to say whether or not they are incidentally, Sergeant Hank Idsingen of the murdering force said. These shootings could not be paid for or not paid – and violence usually comes in the waves, he said.

"This year has been a bit of a constant wave," said Det. Sgt. Idsing.

The last victim is a 30-year-old man who has not been identified by the police, and his death is 95 years old in Toronto. A month later, the city eclipsed more than 89 murder records. Thirty killings have been fired this year.

He then walked with a group of people around Spadina Avenue and King Street West, at 12:09 p.m., on Wednesday morning someone shot and the woman was injured. The police are looking for a suspicion that escapes Mazda's blue.

Less than 24 hours earlier, in the field of Jane and Finch, another man fired. Lawrence Errol Joel John, at the age of 28, in her car, the woman was given at 6:17 p.m. When a couple of people approached him, the police said, and then shot Mr. John's car. The scene died from his injuries.

On Tuesday, the twin guns were also found in the four neighborhoods of the city. Each one of them was seriously injured or threatened by life. In the middle of the day, a 24-year-old man allegedly forced a building near Rexleigh Drive and St. Clair Avenue in front of the face weapon. On Wednesday, officials from Responding to Parkdale Plans reported that shell shells were discovered. Studies are under way and a person has been detained until now.

Shortly after 3:00 p.m. On Wednesday, the public school in Firgrove came to Jane and Finch at the headquarters and in security, after the shots were removed from elementary school. There were no victims to find the scene. The police are looking for a suspect, silver or white may be SUV or minivan.

The Torontoko police data show that they did not show this week, they reported 559 people this year. This basketball was a lively debate during this year's municipal elections. The mayor John Tory, who has been elected for a second term, has repeatedly called for the prohibition of weapons of hand and assault weapons. The federal government is examining the idea and launching a national consultation process. The pressure on Ottawa was strengthened by gun laws, the mass media shook Danforth in July, following the death of Reese Fallon and the 10-year-old Julianna Kozis of 18 years.

The story of Altsasua and the head of the Toronto Police Mark Saunders discussed the Spadina and King films on Wednesday in an email sent to the mayor by Globe and Mail. "[I] violence appeared to me very worried about these violent acts, "he wrote" cowardly acts "about these events." Both men decided to reduce the supply of illegal barrel and fight for the necessary struggles to invest in neighborhoods and families, Mr. Tory added.

Det. Sgt. Idsing said the community's critical cooperation was to limit the violence seen by police, government, and local community efforts. The local division is open 24-7, he said, and any information on the slots can help the researchers.

"As a police service, we are involved, but we are not the solution to the whole problem," he said. "This is where communities and witnesses have helped us and we will help them in the field of Foreign Policy, the politician must have priority in the right order and put active assets in the right places, to face the problem, until enforcement.

"Fortunately, this is a short wave," Det. Sgt. Idsing said. "We will see what we will bring next days".

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