Five Charged Following Daylight Shooting In Milton

 

Halton police have now confirmed that three more suspects have been charged in connection to the Feb. 1 Milton shooting, which left a man in his twenties with life-altering injuries.

Police have now arrested Jaiden Alexis-McLymont (26) of no fixed address, Brenden Anderson Wilson (31) of Milton, and Quinn Smith-Caar (22) of Markham, in connection with the incident.  

McLymont has been charged with Attempt to commit murder using a restricted firearm or prohibited firearm, Knowledge of Unauthorized Possession of Firearm, and more.

Wilson faces charges of Attempt to commit murder using a restricted firearm or prohibited firearm, Knowledge of Unauthorized Possession of Firearm, Possession of Weapon for Dangerous Purpose, and more.

Carr faces three charges of Possession of Weapon Obtained by Crime, Unauthorized Possession of Firearm (2 counts), and Knowledge of Unauthorized Possession of Weapon

The incident, which occured just before 3 p.m. on Feb. 1, in the area of Maple Avenue and Main Street East, originally saw Kyrie Lansford Mckay (28) of Milton and Aekwon Stailuv Murray (22) of Toronto arrested.

Police seized a 9mm handgun and a .40 caliber handgun, in addition to two vehicles used in the incident, on scene.

Murray was charged with Possession of Weapon Obtained by Crime, Unauthorized Possession of Firearm (2 counts) and Knowledge of Unauthorized Possession of Weapon (2 counts).

McKay was charged with attempt to commit murder using a restricted firearm or prohibited firearm, Knowledge of Unauthorized Possession of Firearm, and Possession of Weapon for Dangerous Purpose.

McKay now also faces an additional charge of Discharge Firearm with intent.

Halton Police say the investigation continues, as two firearms used in the altercation remain outstanding.

Anyone who may have information regarding the whereabouts of those weapons is asked to call Halton Police at 905-825-4777 or 905-825-4747 or to contact the 1 District Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905-824-4777 ext. 2415 or ext. 2416.

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