Toronto record breaking Homicide #90 – Man gunned down in daytime attack

Toronto police responded to report of a shooting at an apartment building at the southeast corner of Lawrence Avenue E. and Kingston Road at approximately 1:23pm on November 18th.

Police and paramedics arrived to find an unresponsive man suffering drom gunshot wounds. The victim was pronounced deceased a shot time later.

Police have not released the identity of the victim at this time, and continue to investigate.

The 2018 Toronto Homicide Victim List is available here.

A targeted attack leaves a man dead in Quesnel BC

Police in Quesnel British Columbia are investigating a homicide after an adult male was taken to GR Baker Memorial Hospital with life-threatening injuries on November 8th.

Hospital staff were unable to save the victim and he succumbed to his injuries. The Victim’s identity and cause of death have not been released at this time.

Investigation lead police to execute a search warrant at a home in the 400 block of Willis Street of Quesnel.

Cpl. Madonna Saunderson stated “Police believe this to be a targeted incident and have no information to suggest that the greater public is at further risk.”

Anyone with information is asked to call the E Division Major Crime tip line at 778-290-5291 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

15-year-old charged in the shooting death of a 17-year-old in Winnipeg

Winnipeg police responded to a report of a shooting at a residence located in the 1000 block of Sherburn Street, on November 10th at approximately 12:20am.

Police arrived to find a 17-year-old male suffering from a gunshot wound to the upper body. The teen was rushed to hospital where he died of his injuries.

A 15-year-old male youth was arrested at the scene and charged with  Manslaughter (Firearm), Cause Death by Criminal Negligence (Firearm), Discharge Firearm in a Reckless Manner, Possession of Firearm Contrary to Probation Order, Fail to Comply with Probation Order.

The 2018 Winnipeg Homicide Victim List is available here.

Arley Lagrelle dies as a result of his injuries at a Sunchild First Nation gas station attack.

RCMP responded to a report of an injured man at the Sunchild gas station at approximately 9pm on November 9th.

Police arrived to fins Arley Lagrelle, 23, suffering from serious injuries. Lagrelle was rushed to hospital where he died of his injuries.

Nancy Littlejohn, the mother of the deceased said her son died of stab wounds, however RCMP have not released the cause of death.

Police arrested several suspects at O’Chiese First Nation. No information regarding charges have been release at this time.

RCMP investigating the suspicious death of a man in Little Black Bear First Nation

File Hills First Nations Police Service were called to a residence on the Little Black Bear First Nation, on report of a deceased male on November 13th.

RCMP Major Crimes Unit South and the Forensic Identification Section from Regina have been called to assist with the investigation.

Cause of death as well as the victim’s identity have not been released at this time.

Jagvir Malhi identified as Abbotsford’s latest homicide victim

Abbotsford police responded to report of an injured man in the intersection of Simpson and Ross roads around 3:30pm on November 12th.

Police arrived at the scene to find people performing CPR on 19-year-old Jagvir Malhi, who was suffering from a gunshot wound.  Malhi was rushed to hospital where he died of his injuries.

Anyone with information is asked to call the IHIT tip line at 1-877-551-4448

Jason Ramkishun of Brampton, is Mississauga’s latest homicide victim.

OPP responded to reports of a vehicle accident on the northbound Highway 410 near Courtney Park Drive, Mississauga, on November 13th at approximately 12:50am.

Police arrived to find the vehicle in a ditch and 23-year-old Jason Ramkishun, of Brampton, suffering from a gunshot wound. Ramkishun was rushed to Sunnybrook hospital where he died of his injuries.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Homicide and Missing Persons Bureau at (905) 453-2121.

Click here for the Mississauga homicide count and victim list

Toronto Homicide #89 – Yohannes Brhanu dies of a gunshot wound

Toronto police responded to a sound of gunshots radio call 36 Ann Arbour Road area, on November 14th at approximately 12:03am.

Police arrived to find Yohannes Brhanu, 22, in a vehicle, suffering from gunshot wounds. Brhanu was rushed to hospital where he died of his injuries.

Detective Sargent. Mike Carbone said at least four firearms were used in the shooting, and that Brhanu was also armed.

Police said it has been reported that Brhanu was parked in the vehicle, with a passenger when a second vehicle approached from the opposite direction. A third vehicle approached and  began to fire multiple gun shots to the drivers side. The second vehicle then began to fire at the third vehicle before it fled the scene.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7400

Toronto has not seen 89 homicides in one year since 1991. The 2018 Toronto Homicide Victim List is available here.

Geofrey Christopher Corbeil dies of a gunshot wound in Thunder Bay’s latest homicide

Thunder Bay Police responded to 300 block of South Brodie Street on a report of possible gunshots on November 11th.

Police arrived at the scene to find Geofrey Christopher Corbeil, 35, suffering from serious life-threatening injuries. EMS rushed Corbeil to hospital where he died of his injuries.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 807 -684-1200, or provide anonymous tips to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477