Toronto Police Issue Update On Shooting At Raptors’ Championship Parade

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"We started ducking", she said.

That attendance number was a record for the city's many Patriots title parades, but it appears the Raptors matched that Monday. Toronto Police also recovered two handguns.

As police tackled the man, screams could be heard in the background, in the aftermath of four people being shot at the celebration in Canada on Monday.

Thaino Toussaint, 20, of Toronto is also facing five weapons charges, along with two counts of possession of a schedule I substance for the goal of trafficking and possessing proceeds of crime.

The team and a several dignitaries, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Ontario Premier Doug Ford, were on stage when the sound of gunfire rang out.

Toronto Police say there is still a suspect and a gun outstanding in the shooting that marred the Toronto Raptors NBA championship celebrations on Monday.

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Shaquille Anthony Miller, 25, is facing eight charges including assaulting a peace officer and firearms possession.

Players wore T-shirts, sunglasses and held cigars and champagne as they watched people line Lake Shore Boulevard and York Street. "He is described as a white male, 5'9" to 6′, with short brown hair and a heavy build.

Update: USA TODAY is reporting that three were arrested and four people injured as a result of the shooting.

Following the shooting, they were all arrested and charged for firearms offences. "So when we look at the casings which identify that a gunshot has occurred, they are not matching right to the guns that we have seized".

Saunders said earlier two suspects had been arrested in connection with one shooting, while a third was arrested in connection with the other.

Before the shooting incident, police lifted those seeking safety over barricades to help them escape the crush of revellers.

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