Saturday, July 30, 2011
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Here is how this fool was caught after a year manhunt went down searching for this 22 year old boy. Joshua Warner was wanted for first degree murder and various other offences, after an altercation that took place in Hamilton at a party back in March 2010. Shot were fired supposedly because R&B music was being played at the party. Guns were drawn and bullets flew. In the end,Brandon Winston Musgrave, 18 was shot and taken off life support days later due to injuries sustained.
The second suspect in the murder was found a month later however Joshua was still on the run. Soon after the murder, investigators received information that Warner was in Venezuela. After more tips, the search was narrowed down to Guyana. And how is that? The dummy went to Guyana and got charged for possession of marijuana on April 8, 2011. Hamilton Police obtained help from the Canadian High Commission in Guyana to obtain his extradition from the country's capital.
Court heard Turner and his alleged accomplice, Lenworth Spence, wanted to “teach a lesson” after two of Chambers’ friends paid for $50,000 worth of cocaine with fake money.
Lenworth Spence, 31, who is facing kidnapping and first-degree murder is now waiting to see his fate. So far, four of the men who “went along for the drive,” have pleaded guilty to manslaughter or conspiracy to murder and three have testified against Spence.
This young boy may have chosen the wrong path in life when it comes to drug dealing however Chambers was around people he trusted. His own friends set him up and even was involved in his murder. These young men need to make better decisions, sometimes the game is just a little too big for them.
Lenworth's verdict should be released by Friday.
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Hercules was shot to death standing outside the Rabba grocery store at Sherbourne and Front Streets shortly before 4am, September 5, 2009. Someone approached him from behind and started firing.
The reward of 50,000 may have helped in catching this suspect when it was put up this past February.
Police state they believe the suspect and victim did know each other
John was shot in the chest but didn't make it. Police have identified a suspect in relation to this shooting. A Canada-wide warrant for first-degree murder has been issued for 18-year-old Henok Mebratu. He is considered armed and dangerous.