Brampton Shooting Today – On the 26th of May, 2023, reports surfaced that a young girl was shot in Brampton, and the Peel Regional Police are looking into the incident. Around 11:30 in the morning on Friday, police were summoned to the intersection of Central Park Drive and Grenoble Boulevard, which is close to Williams Parkway and Bramalea Road. It was confirmed by various sources that the victim was found in a plaza in the area.
A small child was reportedly taken to a hospital in stable condition after being transported there by paramedics. At this point, her age cannot be determined. There is as of yet no information regarding suspects. As a precaution, nine schools in the surrounding area have been placed on lockdown and secured.
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According to the Peel police, a guy who was shot in a parking lot in Brampton on Thursday evening has since passed away at a local hospital. At around 7:11 p.m., police were dispatched to the area that is bounded by Bramsteele Road and Rutherford Road South. According to the investigators, the incident took place in front of a store. Constable Heather Cannon, a spokesperson for the Peel Regional Police, stated that when officers got to the scene, they discovered a guy who was suffering from gunshot wounds.
The individual sustained injuries that were potentially fatal and was rushed to a trauma facility, where he passed away not long after his arrival. According to the paramedics in Peel, the man’s age is estimated to have been somewhere in the middle of his 30s. His true identity has not been made public at this time. According to the police, nobody else was hurt in the incident. There has been no suspicious information made public.
The inquiry is expected to be taken over by the police department’s homicide branch, which was claimed to be receiving a briefing on Thursday night. Cannon stated that officers were searching the area for additional information after the shooting took place. The location has been locked down. Police add that the suspects may have used a white, four-door newer model Toyota Scion, with black rims, to escape from the crime scene. Witnesses are urged to contact investigators at 905-453-2121, Ext. 3205. Anonymous information may also be submitted by calling Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or by visiting peelcrimestoppers.ca.
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