9 people charged with firearms offences in Mississauga and Brampton

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Published June 29, 2021 at 10:04 pm

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Nine people are facing a string of fire charges after an investigation carried out last week, police say.

Peel Regional Police’s 22 Criminal Investigation Bureaus has laid charges after an investigation that led to search warrants being conducted at locations in Mississauga, Brampton and Toronto last Thursday (June 24).

Four guns were seized, including a 9-millimetre Taurus  (pictured) as well as a quantity of cash and ammunition.

Ryan Deonnanan, 20, of Brampton, is charged intentionally discharging a firearm — reckless; discharging a firearm with intent; breach of a probation order; possession of a firearm contrary to a court order; and three counts of possession of a firearm and not knowing the holder of a licence. 

Taoviq Ihanza, 18, of Mississauga, also faces several counts. He was charged with conspiracy to commit an indictable offence; discharging a firearm with intent; possession of a prohibited device; possession of a loaded prohibited firearm; possession of property obtained by crime; and five counts of possession of a firearm and not knowing the holder of a licence. 

Jamal Daye, 27, of Brampton, also faces several counts. He is charged with two counts of possession of a firearm and not knowing the holder of a licence; two counts of possession of a loaded prohibited firearm; as well as one count each of possession of a firearm contary to order and failure to comply with a release order. 

Dominique Ramkison, 19, of Mississauga, faces three counts of knowledge of unauthorized possession of a firearm and two counts of possession of a loaded prohibited firearm.

Teyamah Fearon 23, of Brampton, faces two counts of possession of a loaded prohibited firearm and two counts counts of possession of a firearm and not knowing the holder of a licence. 

Jordane Benjamin, 18, of Brampton, was charged with possession of a prohibited device; possession of a loaded prohibited firearm; and two counts of possession of a firearm and not knowing the holder of a licence.   

Kerrick Campbell-Reid, 19, of Brampton, has been charged with conspiracy to commit an indictable offence and possession of firearm and not knowing the holder of a licence.

Justin Salmon, 18, of Brampton, is charged possession of a firearm and not knowing the holder of a licence, as well failure to comply with a release order. 

A 17-year-old boy from Brampton has also been charged with the following alleged offences: discharging a firearm with intent; failure comply with a release order; and possession of a firearm, and not knowing the holder of a licence. He cannot be named under the provisions of the federal Youth Criminal Justice Act. 

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