Forest Glade Homicide: 23-year-old Windsor man arrested with first-degree murder: The news is coming from the intersection of Forest Glade Drive and Wildwood Drive, a homicide has occurred in the area on 30th December 2021 in the area on Wednesday in the evening, a 23-year-old Windsor man has been charged with first-degree murder following a deadly shooting in Forest Glade on Wednesday in the evening, prompting plans for a community meeting by a city councillor. At roughly 7:30 pm, patrol officers responded to the area of Forest Glade Drive and Wildwood Drive for a report that a person had been shot, officers located an individual is a 23-year-old man inside the vehicle with life-threatening injuries, once there, he was pronounced dead. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Forest Glade Homicide
A second man who had an age of 23 was also inside the vehicle at the time of the shooting, he suffered injuries that were described as non-life-threatening, investigators quickly identified him as the suspect and contained a residence in the 2700 block of Lynngrove Crescent. At around 2:30 am on Thursday, the suspect left the residence and was arrested without the incident, Lawrence Davis, a 23-year-old man from Windsor, is charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder. He is also charged with failure to comply with a release order not to possess any weapons, breaching probation conditions not to possess any weapons, and possession of a firearm while prohibited.
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Jeewen Gill who is the city councillor for Ward 7 where the shooting took place, told the Star that he is concerned for the resident safety but is waiting for more answers from the investigators before identifying the next steps, Gill stated in a statement, “If you don’t have the full information, you can’t tackle it accordingly.”
He further added, “I’m worried about the safety of all, and I would like to give them my assurance that I’m talking to police,” and he further stated, “We don’t want to be a ward where we see more of such incidents happen.” In the new year, Gill stated that he had plans to hold a community meeting where the residents can discuss issues with the police directly and have their voices heard.
During a ward meeting in November attended by Windsor police, residents expressed concern about incidents involving youth at Forest Glade’s skate park, he said. He said police presence in the neighbourhood increased as a result. Gill stated that has the confidence in Windsor police to address any kind of issues.
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