Abbotsford teen unintended victim in 2018 targeted shooting, homicide investigators say
Homicide investigators say Jagvir Malhi was the unintended victim of a targeted shooting in Abbotsford last year. The 19-year-old was shot at an Abbotsford intersection last year. Officers found Malhi suffering from a gunshot wound on Nov. 12 around 3:30 p.m. He was taken to hospital but died from his injuries. "Malhi was a young university student with no history of criminality. However, there were some individuals in his life that were involved in the Lower Mainland gang conflict," said Sgt. Frank Jang in a statement. © Provided by cbc.
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Derek Harrison will be the first person to tell you he’s no hero, but twice in his life, he’s put his life on the line to help others.
In 2004, he was outside a Surrey pub and stopped a bunch of thugs who were breaking into cars in the parking lot. They hit him with baseball bats, causing a brain injury and seizures that left Harrison unable to work as a cable installer, a job he had held for 18 years.
Earlier this July, disaster struck again.
The home his family had been renting in Maple Ridge went up in flames. He rushed upstairs to try to get another tenant out, but got hit in the chest with an oxygen tank and passed out.
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Hawley Driver proudly shows a photo on her phone of a blonde, blue-eyed little girl with a toothy grin. She’s adorable and smart, says the proud mother. “We’ve heard she likes to sing in the car.” Driver, 25, and partner Jordan Gosselin, 26, became parents to Lily last December. But their time together as a family has been fleeting. That’s because three months after her birth, Lily was taken into government care due to the couple’s ongoing struggle with drug addiction and a precarious housing situation. “It was heartbreaking,” said Driver. “I cried all day, all week.
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The woman died in the fire. Harrison, who was pulled out by a neighbour, suffered a fractured vertebra and pinched nerve.
“I’m a soft-hearted person. I keep on doing things, and my family is getting pissed off, but I wouldn’t change a damn thing about me,” said the gruff 47-year-old.
The fire also left his family homeless, their belongings — furniture, clothes, personal mementoes — in ashes.
After the 72-hour government assistance ran out, Harrison began using money he had been saving for a down payment to buy a home to keep his family housed in a hotel for $780 a week.
When that money ran out, he and his family — a 13-year-old son, 12-year-old daughter and girlfriend Amanda — pitched a tent on the burnt-out home’s yard, despite having no water or electricity.
Man jumps from second floor to escape fire in Gatineau apartment
A man was rushed to the hospital Sunday morning after jumping from the second floor of a burning apartment building to escape the flames.According to Gatineau police, the 45-year-old was awoken by the fire alarm at approximately 2:30 a.m. The man first tried to extinguish the fire, but eventually used the nearest exit to escape — the window.
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He turned to the food bank and other charities for help as a last resort, something he still chafes at.
“I hate it,” he said, describing himself as an independent guy who doesn’t want to put people out.
Two months ago, Harrison found a basement suite in Abbotsford. He’s still trying to scrounge up $550 for the damage deposit.
He was referred to the local Salvation Army, which helped him out with furniture, dishes and some household basics.
Building a new life from scratch has exhausted Harrison’s spirit. The struggle has also taken its toll on his family. The holidays, he said, are the last thing on his mind.
“It’ll just be a Christmas where we can’t afford anything,” he said. “My heart’s just not in it right now. The kids don’t understand that I can’t afford to get them a gift. I got to make sure we have a roof over our heads.”
Harrison will be attending a Christmas banquet organized by the Salvation Army on Friday. He will also receive a Christmas hamper.
The Sally Ann is one of the organizations supported by, which has been raising money to help families in B.C. going through rocky times during the holiday season.
Last year, the fund raised $239,433, thanks to generous readers and corporate sponsors.
It’s much-needed help for Harrison, who feels he’s barely keeping his head above water. “What’s killing me right now is that I just can’t keep up.”
Masked gunman robs two Abbotsford businesses .
Abbotsford police are investigating two armed robberies on Monday night that they believe were carried out by the same masked man. The first robbery occurred at 9:52 p.m. at a liquor store in 32100 block of Marshall Road. Police say a masked man with a handgun made off with an undisclosed amount of cash.