Mississauga Man Arrested in Connection with Shooting of Uber Driver
Toronto police recently arrested a Mississauga man in connection with a shooting that injured an Uber driver.
On April 25, police were called to a shooting in the Dundas St. W. and Euclid Avenue area in Toronto around 12:30 a.m.
According to police, it is alleged that a man discharged a firearm during the course of an argument with a group of people. The bullet missed the man's intended target, striking an Uber driver who was waiting for a customer nearby.
The shooter fled the scene and the driver was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
The alleged shooter has been identified as Paul Weeden, a 24-year-old Mississauga man. He is facing a total of 17 gun, assault and drug-related charges.
He appeared in court Wednesday, Sept 14.
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