Canada Two murder suspects in Etobicoke shooting turn themselves in

22:11  09 october  2017
22:11  09 october  2017 Source:   Toronto Star

Toronto teen identified in Etobicoke shooting death

  Toronto teen identified in Etobicoke shooting death Toronto police have identified a 16-year-old boy as the victim of a fatal shooting Sunday night in the parking lot of an Etobicoke elementary school.Zakariye Ali, of Toronto, is the city’s 49th homicide victim of 2017. The teen was found lying in the parking lot of Kingsview Village Junior School at around 11:40 p.m. He was taken to hospital, where he later died. Two other males, aged 18 and 19, also suffered gunshot wounds, police said in a news release Tuesday. They were found just south of the school on Wincott Dr., and were taken to hospital with less severe injuries. Councillor Michael Ford, who represents the ward, condemned the shooting in a statement issued Monday.

Yahya Abdirahman Jama, 20, and Zayd Q. Chaudhry, 19, have been charged with first-degree murder in the death of 29-year-old Abdulkadir Bihi.

Following the clash, the PA security forces launched a campaign to arrest suspects involved in the shooting of the two officers.


Zayn Q. Chaudhry (left), 19, and Yahya Abdirahman (right), 20, have been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Abdulkadir Bihi. © Provided by Toronto Star Zayn Q. Chaudhry (left), 19, and Yahya Abdirahman (right), 20, have been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Abdulkadir Bihi. Two Toronto men who surrendered to police on Sunday night have been charged with first-degree murder in the death of 29-year-old Abdulkadir Bihi.

Yahya Abdirahman Jama, 20, turned himself in at around 6 p.m. on Sunday, according to the Toronto Police Service. Zayd Q. Chaudhry, 19, surrendered about three hours later.

Toronto Police Det. Steve Henkel had previously told reporters that the two men “are considered to be armed and dangerous.”

Bihi was found inside a car that had crashed near Dixon Rd. and Islington Ave. W. in Etobicoke just before 3 p.m. on Thursday. He’d been shot several times.

Paramedics rushed him to hospital in critical condition, but he was pronounced dead upon arrival.

With files from Annie Arnone

Dixon Road community calls for support after two murders in a week .
Dixon Road community calls for support after two murders in a weekFarhia Warsame, the director of the Somali Women and Children Support Network, said Zakariye Ali frequently attended her centre’s youth leadership program when he was 13 and 14 years old.

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