Canada Toronto teen identified in Etobicoke shooting death

20:20  10 october  2017
20:20  10 october  2017 Source:   Toronto Star

Elderly couple dead after high levels of carbon monoxide found in Etobicoke home

  Elderly couple dead after high levels of carbon monoxide found in Etobicoke home An elderly couple has died after their Etobicoke home was found to have a high level of carbon monoxide. Toronto Fire Services said at 9:26 p.m. at a house on Bywood Dr. and Remington Dr. near Kipling Ave., the man and woman were found in the garage and CPR was performed on scene. They are both in their 80s.

Toronto police have identified a man shot dead in Etobicoke early Friday as Antonio Sergi, 53. Sergi was found shot dead on a driveway in a residential area. A spokeperson for Toronto Police Service's 23 Division said police were called to the shooting on La Rush Drive

2 dead in Etobicoke shooting 4:48. Initial reports from paramedics had suggested that both victims were either in their teens or early 20s. Police have investigated more than 20 gun deaths in Toronto this year.


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.

Elderly couple dead after high levels of carbon monoxide found in Etobicoke home

  Elderly couple dead after high levels of carbon monoxide found in Etobicoke home An elderly couple has died after their Etobicoke home was found to have a high level of carbon monoxide. Toronto Fire Services said at 9:26 p.m. at a house on Bywood Dr. and Remington Dr. near Kipling Ave., the man and woman were found in the garage and CPR was performed on scene. They are both in their 80s.Carbon monoxide is a colourless and odourless gas that is common in household appliances such as heating systems and some cooking appliances. A running vehicle engine can also cause carbon monoxide poisoning. Large exposure to it can cause loss of consciousness and death.

To order presentation-ready copies of Toronto Star content for distribution to colleagues, clients or A 16-year-old boy shot dead in front of an Etobicoke apartment building early Saturday morning is “I took them from their house and one of them died.” As soon as she heard of his death , she said, she

(Lucas Oleniuk / Toronto Star) | Order this photo. The second victim of a fatal double shooting in Etobicoke has been identified as 15-year-old Michael Menjivar. It’s a decision they say now they regret. Samouie vehemently denies that her son’s death was targeted. “He prayed to God every day.

“For such a violent incident to take place in the parking lot of a junior elementary school is tragic,” he said. Ford said he would meet with city officials and Toronto police to discuss how to keep the area safe.

Zakariye Ali, 16, was shot in an Etobicoke school parking lot on Sunday. He is Toronto's 49th homicide victim of 2017. © Provided by Toronto Star Zakariye Ali, 16, was shot in an Etobicoke school parking lot on Sunday. He is Toronto's 49th homicide victim of 2017.

Ali’s killing was the second shooting death in the area in four days. Abdulkadir Bihi, 29, died in hospital Thursday after he was found suffering gunshot wounds in a car near Islington Ave. W. and Dixon Rd.

Det. Steve Matthews said Monday that it was too early to tell if there was a connection between the two shootings.

A post-mortem examination of Ali’s body is to be conducted on Tuesday.

Teen, 15, and alleged getaway driver, 30, arrested in 10 bank robberies .
A 15-year-old boy and his alleged 30-year-old getaway driver have been arrested following a string of 10 bank robberies over a two-month period, Toronto police said Wednesday.The holdups happened at banks in Etobicoke and northwest Toronto between Aug. 10 and Oct. 6, police said. Investigators allege the teen, wearing sunglasses and a hoodie, approached bank tellers with a note demanding cash and saying he had a gun. The pair was arrested Oct. 6, the same day police allege they committed two bank robberies in just over an hour.

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