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CanadaMan arrested after woman shot multiple times in ‘unprovoked attack’ in Etobicoke

20:10  04 september  2019
20:10  04 september  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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Man arrested after Epoch Times boxes smeared with feces and filled with trash A man has been arrested after police investigated a vandalism spree that included feces smeared onto newspaper boxes owned by the Epoch Times throughout the GTA. In a news release, Toronto police say there were over 100 incidents since March 2019 where Epoch Times newspaper boxes were targeted. At first, the newspapers were stolen and the display windows were damaged. The vandalism escalated over time to the boxes being filled with trash and smeared with feces. Fabio Guerreri, 50, of Toronto is facing charges of mischief over $5,000. Const. David Hopkinson told the Star that there is evidence to suggest the accused was working alone.

A man was arrested Tuesday after a woman was shot multiple times in New Town, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. Police said the victim's son was in the apartment at the time . Rackley was booked late Tuesday evening into the Duval County jail, where he's being held without bond

Later that evening, the victim said he was walking a friend to her car at a nearby Mapco Express when the 29-year-old suspect jumped out of the bushes, yelled “what’s up now, b****,” and shot him multiple times in the chest. The victim was transported to the Regional Medical Center in extremely critical

Man arrested after woman shot multiple times in ‘unprovoked attack’ in Etobicoke© Global News Toronto police at the scene of a shooting near Kipling Avenue and Dixon Road on Sunday, August 18, 2019.

Toronto police say they have made an arrest after a woman was shot multiple times in an 'unprovoked attack' in Etobicoke on Aug. 18.

Police said they were called to a residential high-rise building in the Islington Avenue and Dixon Road area where officers found a 19-year-old-woman suffering from gunshot wounds.

READ MORE: Woman seriously injured after daylight shooting in Etobicoke

On Tuesday, police arrested 22-year-old Marvin Hernandez Viera. He faces 16 charges, including attempted murder, possessing a restricted firearm without a licence, discharging a firearm with intent to endanger life and others.

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Silver Springs – Two suspects who have been accused of attacking multiple people Their motive is unknown at this time . On social media, the suspects say that the victims “had it coming”. aggravated assault, attack , Battery, child abuse. Two arrested in unprovoked attacks added by Ocala Post on

WAKEFIELD, the Bronx—A man has been arrested after he was seen on video kicking an elderly woman in the face on a subway in the Bronx, police The disturbing footage shows the man kicking the seated victim six times , twice in the head and four times in her upper body, before walking off the

Investigators said at the time of the shooting, the woman was exiting the building when she was confronted by a masked man armed with a semi-automatic handgun.

The suspect then fired multiple shots and the victim sustained injuries to her abdomen and foot, police said. Investigators said she was rushed to hospital where she underwent surgery.

The suspect fled the scene in an unidentified vehicle, police said.

Officers said they were able to make an arrest with the assistance of community members.

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Winnipeg couple recovering after attack with ‘sock full of rocks’, hammer.
A Winnipeg couple is speaking out after being attacked by several armed suspects on their way home from work in the downtown area Monday night. Devyn Cusson and his girlfriend Rebecca Tweed were on their way home from work on Carlton Street shortly after 10 p.m. when they say two women and a man asked them for the time and a lighter. The couple gave the time, but declined to give the group a lighter. "We turned to go walk away and that's when I noticed the girl swing at Rebecca and I defended us," Cusson said.

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