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Victims Of Peel Murders Identified
Tuesday July 1, 2008
In just one hour, two men were brutally murdered in shootings that Peel Police claim are not connected.
Police were called to a Canada Day party at a Brampton home on Woodsend Run, near Mavis Road and Highway 407, around 11:30pm Monday. When officers arrived they found two men suffering from gunshot wounds.
Glenford Asan Reid, 31, was pronounced dead at the scene.
"Because it was a house party, there are several witnesses that need to be interviewed. It is going to take some time to get through them. This will be an extensive investigation," Const. Samantha Nulle explained.
Sorting through the chaos will be a huge task for investigators, as those who were at the bash can attest. Rashmi, who lives in the area, couldn't believe what he saw.
"It was like a stampede, okay? It's like they're spread out across everywhere, like around this area. They're running," he claims.
"Yes. There's like women with children holding on, people running," Rashmi adds.
"They were not finding their cars," describes Mayan.
Police have yet to find the perpetrator.
"It's too early to tell at this time suspect information. However, we are encouraging anyone with any information or any knowledge or any involvement in this homicide to please come forward to our homicide bureau," Const Nulle urged.
The second victim, 37, was taken to hospital and treated for non life-threatening injuries.
In a strange coincidence, neighbours say the police were at the address the night before.
There was a domestic dispute at the same house and a woman called 911. Witnesses claim she could be heard yelling to the operator: "Is it going to take someone to get killed for you guys to show up here?"
About half an hour after Reid was murdered, shots rang out at an apartment building less than 20 kilometres away in Malton.
Gunfire was heard in the apartment on Darcel Avenue just before midnight and officers discovered one man dead when they arrived.
Orrin Marlon Earle, pictured above, was 28 years old when he was found in his third floor apartment.
"He was found with no vital signs and was not transported to hospital," Const. JP Valade said.
An autopsy shows this one was likely personal - he died from a bullet wound to the face.
The unexpected shooting has residents understandably shaken.
"We just heard the gunshot, probably three gunshots. And some people running here after that. We were afraid so we just stayed in," worries neighbour Ariel Rival.
Some in the building have canceled their long weekend plans because of Earle's death.
"This is Canada Day. We were supposed to celebrate this, but this time, you know, people are especially here in the apartment, they are afraid," Rival continues. "No celebration at all."
Authorities haven't outlined motives for the murders, which are the 13th and 14th homicides in Peel Region this year.
Despite the close proximity of the crimes, detectives say these shootings aren't linked.
Malton man slain
By BRETT CLARKSON, SUN MEDIA
Kids' bikes, toys, and piles of garbage lay scattered on the back lawn of a Malton apartment building where a man was shot dead late Monday.
Orrin Marlon Earle, 28, was gunned down in an apartment on Darcel Ave., near Derry Rd. and Hwy. 427, about 11:50 p.m. Monday.
Peel police were urging witnesses yesterday to come forward to help solve the region's 14th homicide of the year.
"We've spoken to a few witnesses but we're appealing to anybody else who may have seen something to call the homicide bureau," Const. Wayne Patterson said.
The shooting happened about 30 minutes after another murder at a house party in Brampton. There's no evidence to suggest the two killings are related.
NO DESCRIPTION YET
There were several people at Earl's apartment when "an individual" showed up and Earl was shot, Insp. Norm English said.
English said police don't have a description of the killer and that a motive remained undetermined. He said at least one of the several people inside the apartment fled before cops arrived.
Children playing outside the three-storey building yesterday claimed to have known the dead man.
"He's my friend," one 8-year-old boy claimed. "He fixed my bike yesterday, before he got shot."
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