Roger Omar Moore Death – The victim of the fatal shooting that occurred yesterday afternoon in Bath Land, St. John, has been identified by law enforcement officers. Roger Omar Moore, also known as “Bubbla,” died at the age of 32. He was from Welch in the same parish.
Moore’s lifeless body was found on the floor of the cookshop after police responded to a complaint of a shooting in the area of Vesta’s Bar and Cookshop about 12:30 p.m., according to the police, who said they located Moore’s body there.
Information from reports
According to reports, he was working as a handyman in the area when an unidentified person in a mask approached him and fired several shots in his direction. The deceased, who was struck in the head as well as the back, passed away at the scene of the accident. Anyone who may have information regarding this incident is asked to get in touch with the District ‘C’ Police Station by dialing 416-8200, Police Emergency by dialing 211, Crime Stoppers by dialing 1-800-TIPS, or any police station by visiting their website or calling them at any time.
Related topic: Achor Jal identified as December shooting victim in Rundle dies in hospital
Officials from the Calgary Police Service have confirmed that a second person who was shot on December 30 in a neighborhood in the city’s northeast has passed away as a result of his injuries. On Friday, January 10, 2018, Achor Jal, age 22, was pronounced dead at the hospital, according to the police. After receiving many complaints of shots being fired early on the morning of Monday, December 30, the police were dispatched to the 100 block of Rundlemere Road N.E. in response to the incident.
On the scene, neither suspects nor the victims were found; however, a short time later, two men in their 20s who had been shot were brought to a hospital in a very severe condition. In the hours that followed the shooting, the medical staff at the hospital confirmed that 22-year-old Keem Geng had passed away. The inquiry into the shooting that resulted in death is still ongoing. Anyone who has information on the shooting should contact the Calgary Police Service at the following number: 403-266-1234. Those who wish to remain anonymous may send their information to Crime Stoppers.
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