Gars-Ara Kourjakian Death – According to the statements made by the police, a man from Toronto has been charged with murder in the first degree for a fatal shooting that took place inside a parking garage in Scarborough. The suspect, who is 37 years old, was scheduled to make an appearance in court on Friday. On the evening of December 30, 2022, a shooting took place in the neighborhood that is bounded by Birchmount Road and Sheppard Avenue East.
The victim was a 34-year-old Gars-Ara Kourjakian, according to the police. When the officers came, they discovered that Kourjakian had been shot and was suffering from the wound. It was determined that he had passed away at the site. The police released a press release in which they expressed their gratitude to members of the public for their assistance with the investigation.
Related topic: Police identify man killed in Scarborough shooting
A man was discovered dead from gunshot wounds late on Friday afternoon in an underground parking garage located at 2350 Birchmount Road, close to Sheppard Avenue, in the Scarborough region of Toronto, Canada. The garage is located in the vicinity of Sheppard Avenue. Duty Inspector Salem Husain said that when emergency services responded to a call at 5:25 p.m., they found a man who had significant injuries when they arrived at the scene of the incident.
Later, at the spot where he was found, the man passed dead despite receiving care from EMS workers. The police have stated that they have a strong suspicion that the victim was in his 30s or early 40s at the time of the crime. The cops are currently moving from apartment to apartment in search of witnesses while also hunting for any camera footage that may have captured the incident.
There is no information that has been made public concerning a suspect, and according to Husain, the authorities are uncertain as to whether or not there is a threat to the safety of the general public. The police say that they have informed the homicide squad about the issue that they are currently investigating. Anyone who has seen anything that makes them suspect is strongly encouraged to report it to the police by dialing the following number: 416-808-2222.
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