Yorkdale Shopping Centre Shooting Investigations – Law enforcement agencies are responding to a report of a shooting at the Yorkdale Mall in Toronto, Ontario Saturday. According to law enforcement agencies, the Yorkdale Mall located in the area of 3401 Dufferin St, Toronto, ON. has now been placed on an immediate lockdown as tons of officers arrive at the location for active investigations.
This is a developing story.
Yorkdale Shopping Centre – The Yorkdale Shopping Centre, also known as the Yorkdale Mall or just Yorkdale, is a sizable enclosed shopping mall located in the city of Toronto in the province of Ontario, Canada. It first opened its doors in 1964 as the world’s largest enclosed retail mall and is located at the crossroads of Highway 401 and Allen Road.
ALSO READ: 3 arrested in deadly Ahoskie shooting, Hertford County deputies
According to the Hertford County Sheriff’s Office, three persons have been detained in relation to a shooting that took place in Ahoskie, North Carolina, on Friday afternoon and left a man and a teenager dead. The 300 block of Jernigan Airport Road is where the shooting took place. Around 1:40 pm on Friday, deputies were called in response to a report of two people suffering gunshot wounds and lying in the backyard. The two people were discovered by the deputies, who discovered them dead.
They were identified as Derrick Lamont Monger, 46, and a 17-year-old child who lived at the house. The sheriff’s office and the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation got to work cleaning up the crime scene and looking into what transpired. Investigators believe that the two victims each had a gun and fired it based on their interactions with many witnesses.
Investigators believe the two victims each had a gun and shot the other, and that a second shooting took place shortly after the first one based on talks with many witnesses. The sheriff’s office claims that the residence received many gunshot wounds, and one of the occupants was slightly wounded. He was treated at a hospital by medics, and then he was let go. Investigators found four suspects in the second incident, three of whom remained at the house. They were said to be related to Monger by the sheriff’s office.
The Hertford County Detention Center has taken custody of the three after their arrest. The fourth suspect is still at large. Charged with two charges of attempted murder and two counts of firing a firearm, Cameron Lassiter and Justin Powell. Brandin Hawkins was accused of being an accessory after the fact on one count.
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