Mississauga man charged in Trinity-Bellwoods shooting

(Screenshot: Toronto Police)
(Screenshot: Toronto Police)

A Mississauga man is facing 17 charges in relation to an April shooting in Toronto’s Trinity-Bellwoods which sent a man to hospital.
Toronto police were called to the Dundas St. and Euclid Ave. area on Apr. 25 around 12:30 a.m.
Police allege a man, arguing with a group of people, discharged a gun in their direction.
The bullet missed his intended target, striking a driver waiting for a fare nearby.
The suspect fled in a vehicle, say police, while the victim was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Paul Weeden, 24, was arrested on Sept. 13.
He’s charged with unauthorized possession of a restricted weapon, carry concealed weapon, possession of a weapon, discharge firearm with intent to wound endanger life, assault with a weapon, assault cause bodily harm, cause bodily harm by criminal negligence, careless use of a firearm, pointing a firearm, use firearm during commission of indictable offence, possess firearm or ammunition contrary to firearm prohibition, four counts of possession of marijuana, and two counts of possession of proceeds of crime.


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