14-year-old boy charged in Toronto mass shooting that left two Jamaicans dead

By Kimone Witter    
A 14-year-old boy has been charged in a mass shooting that left two Jamaican men dead and three others wounded in Toronto, Canada earlier this month.
The accused has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder and seven counts of attempted murder.
The police told reporters at a news conference on Monday that the teen was arrested the day after the June 2 shooting and charged Monday after a stolen vehicle investigation.
He was scheduled to appear in court the same day. (update)
According to police, nine men were gathered in the parking lot of North Albion Collegiate Institute in Etobicoke after a soccer game.
A dark pickup truck drove into the parking lot, two people alighted the vehicle and opened fire at the men, before driving off.
Delroy 'George' Parkes, 61, and Seymour Gibbs, 46, were killed.
Three other men, also Jamaicans, were wounded.

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