Toronto Police Report of the WeekI am not sure this is the best one in the week but I think it good to transmit good news, and this report is exceptionally good news, except for the very start of the story.
Arrest - 22 Division
Male suspect, 21
Charge(s): July 26, 2005 – Robbery While Armed With a Firearm, Carry Concealed Weapon, Weapons Dangerous, Possession Property Obtained By Crime (Over), Possession of Ammunition Contrary to Prohibition Order (two counts), Careless Use of Ammunition, Fail to Comply With Probation (three counts)
What I regret is that the web pages that deliver this excellent raw material (ignore the wrong date) seem to provide no obvious way to follow the fate of the suspect over time. I am curious to know how soon he will be back in action, showing such repect for the rest of us.
Investigated and arrested by Members of No. 22 Division.
July 25, 2005, a male suspect and a male victim were engaged in conversation in the area of Lakeshore Boulevard West and Thirty-Seventh Street. The suspect revealed a handgun and made a demand for the victim’s vehicle. The victim complied. Through investigations, the suspect was arrested on July 26, 2005 in possession of the stolen vehicle. Further investigation revealed that the suspect was in possession of ammunition that had been stored in an insecure area of his home. It was also revealed that the suspect was on a prohibition order not to possess firearms or ammunition and had also breached conditions of his probation. Charged accordingly.