Eaton Centre Arrest: Man Arrested Inside Eaton Centre With Fully-Automatic Gun: As per the latest report, Toronto police Chief James Ramer states a man apprehended inside the Eaton Centre on Wednesday was carrying a fully loaded firearm that had been modified to be entirely automatic. Ramer made a Tweet that “Another destructive weapon off the streets.” Cops were originally called to the Yonge Street and Dundas Street West area for reports of a man making death menaces. The suspect was located and apprehended inside the mall. That is when cops say they discovered the modified, entirely-automatic Glock 22. Cops further claim the suspect was in possession of fentanyl and crack cocaine that was “packaged for sale”. Follow More Update On Phoosi.com
Eaton Centre Arrest
The 24-years-old, Isaac Roberts of no fixed address is facing a battery of charges with several offenses including uttering menaces, possession of a firearm, 3 counts of possession of a prohibited armament, carrying a concealed armament, carrying a concealed armament, careless storage of ammunition, failing to comply with probation and failing to comply with release order and possession of proceeds of crime under $5,000. All over, he is facing 13 charges.
In a tweet, James Ramer asserted that the suspect was located inside the city’s busiest downtown shopping center. He is scheduled to appear in court at Old City Hall later today. Police say fentanyl and crack cocaine were discovered on a suspect apprehended inside the Eaton Centre on Wednesday, 23rd February 2022.
In the year 2012, gunfire erupted in the Eaton Centre food court, assassinating 2 and wounding 6 others. Christopher Husbands was sentenced in the case and convicted to life in jail. At the time of sentencing, the judge noted that the spouses’ remorse for the sufferers of the year 2012 attack was “ambiguous at best” and he pointed out that Husbands was out on bail at the time, breaching several conditions.
Justice Brian O’Marra stated in his decision that “He was criminally irresponsible as to how many totally innocent watchers could be caught in the line of his fire. Could this incident have been worse? Yes, it could easily have been 3,4,5 or more people assassinated or injured by his actions.” The defense team’s Husband attempted to argue that he suffered from PTSD due to a stabbing months earlier, but the judge decided PTSD was not a “chief factor” in the crime.