Gunfire erupted around 9:30 a.m. Thursday
Some of the entrances to the apartments have Christmas decorations on the waterfront. There was sawdust on the surface where the 21-year-old man was shot dead.
“Loud. Three shots, ”was what one man described as he heard.
The fear of violence was the reason he did not want to give his name as he walked with his family from his niece’s home – through the shooting scene – and into a nearby parking lot.
“I watch TV with him,” he said, referring to one of the children he walked with.
“It was the sound of gunfire,” he recalled at the time. “And it’s very close.”
It is about four units.
Police said Thursday that around 9:37 p.m., they were responding to calls about shootings in the Jane and Finch areas near the intersection of Grandravine Drive and Driftwood Avenue.
Authorities found a man outside a city party who had been shot.
Died at the scene.
Police in the early hours of Friday morning identified the victim as Jamie Hagley, a 21-year-old Toronto resident.
He is a district 82 nd Estimation of the year.
“I came to visit because I really cared about them,” said the man who visited his niece and family.
“It’s terrible. And that’s why we need to move here, because it’s not a good place to raise children . ”
A woman walks through a complex Friday to pick up trash – an identifier Claire herself says she has lived in the area for 21 years.
“I heard noises when they happened,” Claire said. “It simply came to our notice then. It’s sad and scary. “
“I called everyone I knew had a son, just to find out if their baby was okay.”
A house across the street from the scene of another shooting on September 7 that killed A 30-year-old man.
“We need to get out of here because I’m worried about them and the children,” said the man who walked with his family.
“Christmas is tomorrow. Some have to live with that for the rest of their lives. They have no sons. He is only 21 years old. It hurts. “
Investigators want to speak to anyone who may have information or have a dashcam or surveillance video of the area.
They were asked to contact the police at 416-808-7400, or the Anonymous Crime Supporter at 416-222-TIPS (8477).