UPDATE: Boy, 15, wanted by police after Leslieville shooting arrested

News Dec 07, 2017 by Toronto Newsroom Beach Mirror

A 15-year-old boy wanted in a shooting investigation has been arrested after a public appeal by Toronto police to help find him.

Officers responded to a reported shooting in the area of Woodfield Road and Gerrard Street at approximately 6:46 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 3.

According to police, a group of males shot at a house and then fled.

Two boys, ages 16 and 17, were previously arrested and are facing 10 charges. The boys, whose identities are protected by the Youth Criminal Justice Act, have been charged with firing a gun with intent to wound or endanger life, mischief endangering life,  possession of a loaded prohibited or restricted gun, possession of property obtained by crime, intimidation, unauthorized possession of a prohibited device, failing to comply with undertaking, failing to comply with recognizance, unauthorized possession of a gun and unauthorized possession of a gun knowing its possession is unauthorized.

Investigators asked for the public's help finding a 15-year-old boy wanted in the investigation Tuesday, Dec. 5. He was arrested Thursday, Dec. 7 and charged with possessing a restricted or prohibited gun without a licence, knowingly possessing a restricted or prohibited gun without a licence, possessing a loaded regulated gun, possessing prohibited ammunition without a licence, recklessly firing a gun into a place, intimidation by violence, mischief and property obstruction endangering life, conspiracy to commit an indictable offence, possessing proceeds of crime over $5,000 and failing to comply with recognizance.

Anyone with information about the investigation is asked to contact 55 Division police at 416-808-5500. Anonymous tips can be provided through Crime Stoppers at www.222tips.com or 416-222-8477.

Editor’s note: A photo and information identifying a young person wanted in this investigation has been removed from this article after the expiration of the authorization of the sharing of the information in accordance with the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

UPDATE: Boy, 15, wanted by police after Leslieville shooting arrested

News Dec 07, 2017 by Toronto Newsroom Beach Mirror

A 15-year-old boy wanted in a shooting investigation has been arrested after a public appeal by Toronto police to help find him.

Officers responded to a reported shooting in the area of Woodfield Road and Gerrard Street at approximately 6:46 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 3.

According to police, a group of males shot at a house and then fled.

Two boys, ages 16 and 17, were previously arrested and are facing 10 charges. The boys, whose identities are protected by the Youth Criminal Justice Act, have been charged with firing a gun with intent to wound or endanger life, mischief endangering life,  possession of a loaded prohibited or restricted gun, possession of property obtained by crime, intimidation, unauthorized possession of a prohibited device, failing to comply with undertaking, failing to comply with recognizance, unauthorized possession of a gun and unauthorized possession of a gun knowing its possession is unauthorized.

Investigators asked for the public's help finding a 15-year-old boy wanted in the investigation Tuesday, Dec. 5. He was arrested Thursday, Dec. 7 and charged with possessing a restricted or prohibited gun without a licence, knowingly possessing a restricted or prohibited gun without a licence, possessing a loaded regulated gun, possessing prohibited ammunition without a licence, recklessly firing a gun into a place, intimidation by violence, mischief and property obstruction endangering life, conspiracy to commit an indictable offence, possessing proceeds of crime over $5,000 and failing to comply with recognizance.

Anyone with information about the investigation is asked to contact 55 Division police at 416-808-5500. Anonymous tips can be provided through Crime Stoppers at www.222tips.com or 416-222-8477.

Editor’s note: A photo and information identifying a young person wanted in this investigation has been removed from this article after the expiration of the authorization of the sharing of the information in accordance with the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

UPDATE: Boy, 15, wanted by police after Leslieville shooting arrested

News Dec 07, 2017 by Toronto Newsroom Beach Mirror

A 15-year-old boy wanted in a shooting investigation has been arrested after a public appeal by Toronto police to help find him.

Officers responded to a reported shooting in the area of Woodfield Road and Gerrard Street at approximately 6:46 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 3.

According to police, a group of males shot at a house and then fled.

Two boys, ages 16 and 17, were previously arrested and are facing 10 charges. The boys, whose identities are protected by the Youth Criminal Justice Act, have been charged with firing a gun with intent to wound or endanger life, mischief endangering life,  possession of a loaded prohibited or restricted gun, possession of property obtained by crime, intimidation, unauthorized possession of a prohibited device, failing to comply with undertaking, failing to comply with recognizance, unauthorized possession of a gun and unauthorized possession of a gun knowing its possession is unauthorized.

Investigators asked for the public's help finding a 15-year-old boy wanted in the investigation Tuesday, Dec. 5. He was arrested Thursday, Dec. 7 and charged with possessing a restricted or prohibited gun without a licence, knowingly possessing a restricted or prohibited gun without a licence, possessing a loaded regulated gun, possessing prohibited ammunition without a licence, recklessly firing a gun into a place, intimidation by violence, mischief and property obstruction endangering life, conspiracy to commit an indictable offence, possessing proceeds of crime over $5,000 and failing to comply with recognizance.

Anyone with information about the investigation is asked to contact 55 Division police at 416-808-5500. Anonymous tips can be provided through Crime Stoppers at www.222tips.com or 416-222-8477.

Editor’s note: A photo and information identifying a young person wanted in this investigation has been removed from this article after the expiration of the authorization of the sharing of the information in accordance with the Youth Criminal Justice Act.