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Police looking for man who sucker-punched blind subway passenger  

 

Globe and mail


Toronto police are looking for a man who sucker-punched a blind subway passenger earlier this week.

Mark Zillmann, 37, said he was transferring from the Bloor line train to the Yonge line on Tuesday when he was sucker-punched in the jaw.

“At first I thought something had dropped from the ceiling,” the mild-mannered Mr. Zillmann told The Globe. “Then I realized that I’d taken a blow to the face from someone. It was a solid punch, but I didn’t fall over.”

Before the attack, another disabled passenger had offered to assist Mr. Zillmann navigate the underground. The cane-carrying native of Zephyr, Ont., thanked the passenger (who was using a wheelchair), but assured the Good Samaritan that he knew his way around the subway station.

Moments later, he was struck flush in the face. Once he realized what had happened, he yelled for help. The cry was heard by the other passenger, who noticed a man fleeing. He attempted to pursue the assailant, but lost him at the escalator.

“He told me his name was Alfredo,” Mr. Zillmann said of the unidentified Good Samaritan, whom he would like to thank. “He had a Spanish accent.”

After the attack, TTC security staff responded to the scene and police were called in. Mr. Zillmann was transported by paramedics to Toronto Western Hospital with bruising to right side of the face. He was released the same night.

Toronto police are investigating the assault, which is just the latest random attack in the city. A 33-year-old is facing charges after a 68-year-old woman was head-butted at the Eaton Centre mall last Saturday.

TTC spokesman Brad Ross said any available surveillance video of Zillmann’s assault would be turned over to police for their investigation. “All criminal matters of this nature are handled by Toronto Police Services,” Mr. Ross said. “Our own special constables will be on the lookout for a suspect, and will make an arrest if the suspect is spotted.” 

 

 

Cops ID torso, charge man with indignity to a dead body 

 

Toronto Sun


Toronto Police have identified the woman’s torso left behind an East Chinatown butcher shop and have charged a man with indignity to a dead body.

Homicide investigators say the grisly bagged remains, found in the Broadview Ave. and Gerrard St. E. area last week by a worker at the shop, belong to Melissa Cooper, 30, of Toronto.

On Friday, Police arrested Albert Ian Ohab, 38, of Toronto. Ohab appeared in court at Old City Hall on Saturday.

Homicide Det.-Sgt. Terry Browne said the cause of Cooper’s death remains “undetermined” at this time.

“The circumstances surrounding her death are my primary focus,” Browne told the Sun on Saturday. “That investigation is ongoing so we are appealing to anyone who may have had contact with the victim or person charged in the days proceeding when her remains were located (April 19).”

Police are still hunting for the remaining body parts.

Cops searched one of the city’s garbage dumps at the Commissioners St. transfer station – near Logan Ave. and Lake Shore Blvd. E., about 3 kilometers from the butcher shop – last Friday in search of the remains.

Browne said last week the remains were likely tossed in the trash at the rear of the shop 24 hours before the discovery. Based on the lack of decomposition, the person’s death was “fairly recent,” he said.

 

Anyone with information can call 416-808-7400 or 416-222-TIPS.

 

 

Cops ID man and woman murdered Friday night

 

Toronto Sun


Homicide investigators are on the hunt for two suspects after a man and woman were shot and killed outside a Scarborough LCBO.

Toronto Police said the man had just left the liquor store and was getting into the back seat of an SUV when he was gunned down, along with a female passenger.

Around 10 p.m. Friday, two suspects approached the man, one armed with a firearm at Parkway Mall – in the Victoria Park Ave. and Ellesmere Rd. area. One suspect then fired multiple times into the backseat of the vehicle.

Another man and woman in the front of the SUV were not injured and according to police, are co-operating with the investigation.

“It would appear that all the gunfire was directed at the male who was in the process of getting in the back seat, but I can’t say for certain whether the female was targeted or received some collateral gunfire as a result of bullets that missed the male victim and struck her,” Homicide Det.-Sgt. Gary Giroux told reporters at the scene Saturday morning. “She was deceased in the vehicle and he became deceased a short time afterwards after arriving in hospital.”

Police have identified the victims as Joseph Anzolona, 26, of Toronto and Cynthia Mullapudi, 24, of Markham.

Giroux said investigators are in the process of collecting video of the surrounding area, including at the LCBO, to get a clearer picture of the gunman.

“He was (shooting) very close,” he said. “The door was open and windows smashed out. There’s no bullet holes in the SUV, so we believe (the victim) was in the process of getting into the vehicle and that’s why the vehicle wasn’t struck with any bullets.”

 

Man rushed to hospital after early morning shooting in Toronto

 

City News


A man, believed to be in his 30s, was rushed to hospital after a shooting near Bathurst and Bloor streets on Sunday morning.

Officers arrived on scene just before 7 a.m. on Bathurst Street, just north of Bloor Street, and located one person with injuries.

The man had serious injuries when he was transported to hospital.

There is no information on suspects at this time.

Anyone with information is being asked to contact police. 

 

 

80 people charged in online child porn bust

 

City News

 

Ontario provincial police have laid charges against 80 people, including a young offender, in an online child porn bust.

They’re facing 274 charges, OPP Supt. Don Bell said Thursday, including sexual assault.

“The most fundamental responsibility of any society is to protect its children. Every child has the right to be nurtured and the right to be safe,” Bell said in a statement.

 

Police identified 20 victims, who have since been offered counseling and other assistance. Police also found nine people who were working the sex trade against their will, including 14-, 15-, and 16-year-olds.

 

The 80 people arrested are facing charges of possession of child pornography,  make available child pornography, distribution of child pornography, making child pornography, and accessing child pornography.

 

Click here for the full list of the names and charges. Milton daycare teacher Steven Campbell is among the people arrested.

 

The OPP, the RCMP, South Simcoe Police Service, Stratford Police Service, St. Thomas Police, Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), Canadian Forces National Investigation Service, and United States Homeland Security Investigations were all involved in the investigation.

The provincial strategy began in August of 2006. Not including these arrests, police say they have laid 11,408 charges against 3,310 people. During that period, 870 child victims have been identified in Ontario. Another 173 child victims were identified internationally.

 


Running gun battle in Richmond Hill leaves one person in custody

 

City News

 

York regional police have one person in custody and are searching for at least three more after shots were fired in Richmond Hill on Wednesday night.

Emergency crews were called to the area of Major Mackenzie Drive and Bayview Avenue around 10 p.m. Police arrived to find multiple casings on the ground.

It appears most of the police activity is centered at an apartment building on Colborne Avenue. However, police say they are investigating at least three separate crime scenes.

Two groups of people got in a fight and it appears there may have been a running gun battle.

No injuries have been reported.

 

 

Few details in alleged Uber sex assault

 

City News

 

York police are investigating after a woman claims she was sexually assaulted by her Uber driver in Markham, but have released few details about the case.

The initial call came in around 3 a.m., police said.

Police have not said where the alleged assault occurred, or the ages of the accused or the victim.

The assault may have occurred near 16th and Woodbine avenues in Markham, or that may have been where the call came from.

No charges have been laid.

In a statement, Uber said they were cooperating with police.

“We take every safety incident very seriously and are committed to the safety of everyone who uses Uber,” spokesperson Susie Heath said.

“As soon as we became aware of the investigation, we reached out to York Regional Police to offer our assistance. Our safety response team is working quickly to gather information.”

 

 

Police investigating after noxious substance released at 3 GTA movie theatres showing Indian (Tamil) films

 

City News

 

 Toronto and Peel police have launched separate investigations after a noxious substance was released into three GTA movie theatres at the same time last week.

Some theatergoers had to be treated by paramedics following the incidents, all of which occurred the evening of April 22 at cinemas in Brampton, Mississauga and east Toronto.

Peel investigators said that in the Brampton and Mississauga incidents, the effects of the substances “were similar to that caused by pepper spray,” and that a number of theatre patrons were treated on scene by paramedics, but required no additional medical assistance.

At the same time on April 22, a theatre in the Scarborough area of Toronto was also evacuated after a pepper spray-like substance was released into the area. Days prior to that, the same cinema complex was evacuated after theatergoers smelled a noxious substance. In that case, a person was treated for respiratory problems as well.

Peel region police said though it’s too early to confirm co-ordination, they are working with authorities in Toronto to investigate the incidents. Const. Rachel Gibbs of Peel Police said it they’re not sure yet if it was a prank or if there was an intent to harm.

Cineplex spokesperson Sarah Van Lange said in an email that while each incident was localized to a single auditorium, “in an abundance of caution” Cineplex evacuated each of the theatres entirely.

In light of the incidents, Van Lange also confirmed that Cineplex cancelled the remaining run of the Indian Tamil film “Theri” at its GTA theatres.

Peel Sgt. Matt Small said that the movie “may play a part” in the motive or intent of the chemical attack, but “there’s been nothing that’s been confirmed in that regard.”

 

Three men charged in alleged sexual assault of 13-year-old girl




City News

 

Three Toronto men are facing at least 40 charges after an alleged gang sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl last August.

Police say a 19-year-old man began talking to the girl in July and lured her to his home a month later.

Once there, the man and two of his friends allegedly sexually assaulted her.

Trian Vassel, 19, was arrested in February while in custody for an unrelated matter, and charged with 28 offences including gang sexual assault, sexual assault causing bodily harm, forcible confinement and making child pornography.

One of his friends, 20-year-old Gavin Campbell, 20, was also arrested in February while in custody for an unrelated matter, and charged with seven offences including sexual assault causing bodily harm, gang sexual assault, and forcible confinement.

Then on March 31, police arrested 20-year-old Keyon Small, another one of Vassel’s friends. He faces five charges, including gang sexual assault and forcible confinement.
He appeared in court on April 1.

Police believe there may be other victims, and have released photos of the three men. Anyone with information is asked to contact police.

 

 

Police release security video of suspect in St. James Town

gunpoint sexual assault

 

CTV News


Toronto police have released video of a suspect who may have sexually assaulted a woman at gunpoint in a downtown apartment building on Saturday.

The incident happened in the St. James Town area near Parliament and Howard streets at about 10:30 p.m.

According to police, a 52-year-old woman was in an elevator in an apartment building when she was approached by a man with a handgun. The man directed the woman to exit the elevator and forced her into a stairwell where she was sexually assaulted.

Police said following the assault, the man fled the building through the front lobby.

The victim was transported to hospital for treatment and was later released.

At a news conference Monday, Det.-Sgt. Joanne Rudnick of the Sex Crimes Unit said that a possible second sighting of the suspect was reported on Sunday after police released security camera images of the man to the public.

Rudnick said that at about 2 p.m. on Sunday, police received a call from someone who said that a male fitting a similar description to the suspect was loitering in an apartment building near Isabella and Jarvis streets.

Police responded to the scene but the man left the area prior to their arrival.

“I would ask members of the public who reside in the downtown area to pay special attention to anyone matching this description and are loitering in apartment buildings or in stairwells,” Rudnick said Monday.

The suspect is described by police as a black man between 20 and 25 years of age with some facial hair. He has a medium build and stands five-foot-nine. Investigators say he was last seen wearing black jeans, a grey hooded sweater, a grey vest, a dark tuque, tan colored shoes and carrying a red backpack.

Police believe the man is armed and dangerous and said that anyone who spots him should call 911 immediately.

Police have released security camera images of the suspect wanted in connection with the incident and ask anyone with information to contact police at 416-808-7474 or Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS (8477).

 

 

Man reportedly attacked, kidnapped in Liberty Village found safe

 

CTV News

 

A man who was reportedly attacked and kidnapped in Liberty Village Friday has been found safe, Toronto police confirm.

Police previously said that a male victim was reportedly attacked by two masked men wearing body armor and pushed into a fleeing vehicle near Liberty Street West and Hanna Avenue at around 9 p.m. Friday.

According to police the suspect vehicle, a Porsche Cayenne SUV, sped off in an unknown direction.

Police have released few details but said Sunday that the victim in the incident was found safe.

The investigation is ongoing and police say they are still trying to identify two men believed to be involved in the incident.

 

Four people facing first-degree murder charges in 2014 TCH death

 

City TV News


Four people are facing first-degree murder charges in the 2014 death of a man in a Toronto Community Housing (TCH) building.

Wasfi Ghalban, 47, was found with significant signs of trauma in his second-floor apartment at 200 Wellesley St. E., near Sherbourne Street in St. James Town, on Dec. 3, 2014. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

 

Back in 2015, police said they believed the death of the tattoo shop owner may have been a targeted attack motivated by robbery. A friend also reported him missing to police.

Police had also released surveillance video from the TCH building of two “persons of interest” in the case.

Philip Frauts, 40, and Kyle Schindermann, 31, both from Toronto; and Christopher Fuller, 33, of Richmond Hill, were arrested on Wednesday and charged with first-degree murder. They appeared in court on Thursday.

Lance Burkhard, 33, also from Richmond Hill, appears in court on Friday to face the first-degree murder charge. It’s not known when Burkhard was arrested.


 

 

Ex-high school student accuses vice principal of sexual assault

 

CTV News


A former student at St. Robert Catholic high school is accusing the vice-principal of sexual assault.

The alleged incident happened last July against a 17-year-old student, police said.

The suspect, who was arrested Tuesday, appeared in court to face charges of sexual assault and sexual exploitation.

The school board sent a letter home to parents today explaining the allegations and urging them to “respect the privacy of the individuals involved in this situation, and not to engage in speculation.”

Board communications manager Sonia Gallo said the board “takes this matter very seriously,” and has dispatched support staff including counselors and psychologists to the school to assist staff and students.

Gallo would not go into specifics — was the student a "top" or a "bottom," were the two engaged in oral or anal sex or simply "handjobs — citing privacy concerns.

Paul Paterson, who appeared in a Newmarket court Wednesday for a bail hearing, is on leave with pay, in line with board policy for employees.

None of the charges have been proven in court.

 

Daycare worker charged in sexual assault of six-year-old boy

 

CityNews


A 23-year-old Toronto babysitter and daycare worker is facing sexual assault charges and the alleged victim is a six-year-old boy.

Police say a man advertised his babysitting services online through care.com.

He was hired by parents to watch their child at their home in the Woodbine and Danforth Avenue area about three weeks ago.

The victim later told his parents he had been sexually assaulted.

Daniel Harker is charged with sexual assault and sexual interference.

Police believe there may be other victims because the accused had access to other children.

He worked as a lunchroom monitor at Pape Avenue Junior Public School, a part-time recreation worker at wading pools and gym classes, a pre-school daycare worker at Gledhill Child Care Centre and also worked at drop-in programs at SH Armstrong Community Centre.

 

 

SIU reopens investigation after sex assault allegations surface

City News

 

 Two days after Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit cleared a Toronto police officer of using excessive force, the unit is reopening the investigation.

“They didn’t look at the sex assault,” said Toronto lawyer Selwyn Pieters. “You can’t stick a finger up a bum – that’s assault.”

In a news release Wednesday, the SIU said it cleared a Toronto police officer of criminal charges for injuries a suspect sustained in a June 2015 arrest. The 17-year-old – who can’t be identified under the Youth Criminal Justice Act – fractured his wrist around the time of his interaction with police, but the SIU said the officer in question used reasonable force to arrest the teen for public intoxication.

But now the teen’s lawyer says the SIU is looking at what happened after the arrest, when the teen was brought to cells at 51 division. Pieters says the teen was forced into an “illegal strip search,” where officers not only removed the teen’s clothes, but conducted a body cavity search.

“You can’t finger fuck the kid – that’s sex assault,” Pieters explains.

Although police are allowed to conduct strip searches, a medical professional must be present when body cavities are being searched. Pieters says there were no medical professionals on site.

SIU spokesperson Jason Gennaro has confirmed that SIU has started a new investigation.

In the initial release, Gennaro said investigators had access to videos from cameras inside the sally port, booking hall, and cell areas of 51 Division. There is no mention of the alleged sex assault.
 

 

No way for a nice white boy to behave!

Man, 19, charged after woman allegedly locked in room, sexually assaulted

 

CTV News


A 19-year-old man is facing charges after a woman was allegedly locked in a room and sexually assaulted.

Toronto police allege the incident took place on Thursday, Oct. 28, in the area of Bloor Street West and St. George Street.

Police said a man and woman were alone in the man's room, when he locked the door and turned the music up before the assault is alleged to have occurred.

The man then assaulted and sexually assaulted her, investigators said in a statement Friday.

Following an investigation, 19-year-old Henry Plexman has been charged with assault, overcoming resistance by choking, and sexual assault.

Police said they believe there may be more victims.

Anyone with more information is asked to contact police at 416-808-5300 or call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477 (TIPS).

 

 

Boy sexually assaulted in Thorncliffe Public Library: police

 

Toronto Star


Toronto Police are looking a male suspect after a 9-year-old boy was sexually assaulted in the Thorncliffe Public Library on Oct. 9.

Police allege that the man was asking for help when he approached the boy. As he helped the man, he was sexually assaulted.

The man left the area after another adult tried to stop him.

The man is described as white, about five-foot-eight, and in his late 40s to early 50s, with a medium build and short light-colored hair. He was wearing a brown leather jacket, glasses and dark pants.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 416-808-5300 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477.

 

 

Man sexually assaulted after awaking to naked man in his home


CTV News


A man was sexually assaulted at his home after he awoke to find a naked man standing in his bedroom on Sunday morning, according to police.

Police say a 20-year-old man was sleeping at home, in the Dupont Street and Bathurst Street area, when around 5 a.m. he saw a naked man in his bedroom.

The 20-year-old was then sexually assaulted, police say.

The suspect, who fled the scene, is being described as white, 5’10”, with short dark hair and an average build.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7474 or through anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS.

 

Stupid spoiled whore, Paris Hilton, was overheard to comment: "That's hot!"

 

 

Swimming instructor charged with sexually assaulting 7-yr-old boy


CityNews


A man who worked as a swimming instructor at multiple Toronto pools has been charged in connection to an alleged sexual assault of a seven-year-old boy.

The sexual assaults occurred between 2013 and 2015.

The assaults stopped once the child stopped attending swimming lessons at the pool.

Police believe there may be more victims as the accused had access to other children in the community.

The accused worked as a swimming instructor in Toronto for a number of years. He worked at Zodiac Swim Club at both the 160 Steeprock Drive and 318 Lawrence Avenue East locations.

He also worked for Felix Swim Club at three locations including 64 Baldwin Street, 181 Broadview Avenue and 315 Osler Street.

Oscar Piedrasanta, 49, of Toronto was charged with sexual assault, sexual interference and sexual exploitation on Thursday.

 

Stupid spoiled whore, Paris Hilton, was overheard to comment: "That's hot!"

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-2922

or Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS (8477).

 

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RCMP www.rcmp.gc.ca
Canadian Security and Intelligence Service www.csis-scrs,gc.ca
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Toronto Ontario M5G 2J3
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Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0R2
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