Saturday, November 28

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Person suffers fatal injuries in Brampton shooting, Peel police say – The Canadian News

Peel police said they are investigating after a person was fatally injured in an alleged shooting in a Brampton neighborhood Tuesday night. Police said they were called around 11 pm for a report of a shooting in the McLaughlin Road South and Ray Lawson Blvd. area. Officers said a victim was found with a gunshot wound. The person was transported to the hospital by Peel's paramedics with life-threatening injuries, police said. Police have not released any other information. The incident remains under investigation. Anyone with information should contact the police directly. Tips can also be left anonymously to Crime Stoppers.
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Man linked to 2006 Brampton homicide extradited from Mexico, Peel police say – The Canadian News

A man who has been on the run after allegedly killing his wife nearly 14 years ago was extradited from Mexico and charged, Peel police said Tuesday. On July 13, 2006, police said they found the body of a woman in an apartment building in the Steeles Avenue and McMurchy Avenue area of ​​Brampton. The victim, Malena Morales, 31, was the mother of two children, police said. On July 14, 2006, police issued a Canadian-wide warrant against the victim's husband, Henry Morales, who was 30 years old at the time of the alleged incident. Morales was found to have fled to Mexico after the alleged killing, but his exact location was unknown, police said. Investigators continued to search for Morales over the course of 14 years, even getting the case profiled in "America's Most Wanted" in ...
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Rally, barbecue for two blacks killed by Peel police – The Canadian News

BRAMPTON, Ontario. - The families of two black men killed by police west of Toronto are planning a rally and barbecue in their honor today. The event to remember the lives of D'Andre Campbell and Jamal Francique will be held at a park in Brampton, Ontario. Both men were shot and killed by Peel Regional Police officers in separate incidents this year. The province's police watchdog, the Special Investigations Unit, continues to examine both deaths. The Campbells say D'Andre, 26, called 911 on April 6, but they don't know why. He lived with schizophrenia and the family says that that day he was not a danger to anyone. Francique's family say the 28-year-old was living with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder and was unarmed when he was shot in the back of the head on January 7....
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Second teen charged in alleged Brampton homicide: police – Toronto CityNews

Peel police say they arrested and charged a second teenager in connection with the alleged homicide of Surajdeep Singh in a Brampton neighborhood last week. On the afternoon of Aug. 13, police said a passerby found the 22-year-old Brampton man with "obvious signs of trauma" on a road in the area of ​​Queen Mary Drive and Whispering Hills Gate. Peel's paramedics took Singh to the hospital. He was later pronounced dead at the hospital. “Surajdeep Singh was a young man with a bright future. He was simply trying to return to his residence from his place of worship, when he was the victim of an unprovoked attack that tragically alienated him from his family, ”said Martin Ottaway, superintendent in charge of investigative services last week. On August 14, a 16-year-old boy was ar...
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Man seriously injured in Brampton runs over and flees: Peel police – The Canadian News

A 45-year-old man is fighting for his life following an alleged hit-and-run incident in Brampton, Peel police said Saturday. Const. Kyle Villers said officers were called to the McVean Drive and Cottrelle Boulevard area around 7:32 p.m. "This was a pedestrian hit by a vehicle that was unable to stay in place and fled the area," Villers said. Villers said the man is in life-threatening condition at the hospital. The police are asking anyone with information to contact them directly. Tips can also be left anonymously to Crime Stoppers.
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Cleaning agents prevent child from falling out of 6th floor apartment window

Four Peel cops are credited with saving a boy after he was found hanging outside the window of an apartment building in Mississauga Friday afternoon. Police said they received a call around 5:09 p.m. for a report of a boy hanging from a balcony railing of a sixth-floor apartment building on Forestwood Drive, which is in the Erindale Station Road and Dundas area. Street West. Investigators said the seven-year-old was playing near a window when he somehow escaped. The mother heard the boy's cries for help, but was unable to push him inside. She was rapidly losing the girl when Peel's officers broke down a door, smashed a window and took the girl to safety, police said. The boy was not injured in the incident, but two officers suffered minor injuries from broken glass, police ...
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Brampton woman’s death is now a homicide investigation: Peel police – The Canadian News

A suspicious death in Brampton has now been turned into a homicide investigation, Peel police said Friday. A 56-year-old woman was found inside a garage Thursday night with "obvious signs of trauma," police said in a news release Friday. She was later pronounced dead at the hospital. Police now say the victim died of a gunshot wound. Homicide investigators are looking for evidence in Treeline Boulevard, a residential neighborhood not far from Airport Road and Countryside Drive. Investigators said they obtained a video showing two suspects and a vehicle of interest. Police are also asking members of the public to introduce themselves in case they have additional videos of the area. "Anyone with information or surveillance video and / or dash cam from the area, covering the h...
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Teen charged with alleged Brampton homicide: police – Toronto CityNews

Peel police say they have charged a teenager in connection with an alleged homicide in a Brampton neighborhood this week. Police said a passerby found a 22-year-old man covered in blood and unconscious on a road in the area of ​​Queen Mary Drive and Whispering Hills Gate around 3:00 p.m. Thursday. Peel's paramedics took the man to hospital. He was later pronounced dead at the hospital. The victim has not been identified at this time. A 16-year-old boy was charged with second-degree murder in connection with the incident, police said. He appeared in court on Friday. Because the boy is a minor, his identity will not be released under juvenile criminal justice law, police said.
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Man injured in Mississauga shooting, according to Peel police – The Canadian News

Peel police are investigating after a man was shot in a Mississauga neighborhood on Monday night. Police said the call came around 9:36 pm for a report of gunshots in the Mavis Road and Huntington Ridge Drive area. When officers arrived, they found a man suffering from a gunshot wound. Later he was transported to a local trauma center. Police said they believe the suspects fled in a vehicle. The researchers have not released more information at this time. The police ask anyone with information to contact them directly. Suggestions can also be left anonymously with Crime Stoppers.
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Peel police shut down massive house party in Brampton – The Canadian News

A large house party in a Brampton neighbourhood was quickly shut down by Peel police and bylaw officers Saturday night. Police said they were called at around 10 p.m. after Brampton bylaw officers received a noise complaint about a home in the Countryside Drive and Goreway Drive area. When officers arrived, around 200 people were found partying at the home, police said. Video circulating on social media platforms showed dozens of vehicles parked on the streets and on boulevard areas. Police said it took about an hour to clear the crowds and no arrests were made or tickets issued. Under Ontario’s COVID-19 stage-two emergency rules, gatherings in the Peel region are limited to ten people, with physical distancing required between members of different households.     ...
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Man seriously injured in Mississauga stabbing – The Canadian News

A Brampton man has been seriously injured following a stabbing in a Mississauga neighbourhood, police said. Police said they were called at around 12:33 p.m. Sunday for a report a man had been stabbed by another male in the Matheson Boulevard and Kennedy Road area. Investigators said the victim was transported to a local trauma centre with serious injuries. Police have one male suspect in custody. No other information has been released by the police at this time.