Multiple Mississauga Residents Charged in Connection With Murder Investigation
Six Mississauga residents are facing charges in connection with the shooting death of a 28-year-old Mississauga man.
Peel police recently announced that investigators from the Homicide and Missing Persons Bureau have made multiple arrests in connection with the March 1, 2017 death of Shane Thomas.
Thomas was gunned down at a highrise on Mississauga Valley Boulevard. Police say he was pronounced deceased at the scene.
Police say that, following a lengthy investigation, six search warrants were executed in three separate jurisdictions on February 1, 2018.
A total of eight people are now facing charges in connection with the alleged murder, including 23-year-old Mississauga man Victor Brooks, 24-year-old Brampton woman Shantel Manbauman, 48-year-old Mississauga woman Sarah Jimenez, 26-year-old Mississauga woman Kyesha Brooks, 49-year-old Mississauga man Roger Brooks Sr., 24-year-old Mississauga man Roger Brooks Jr., 25-year-old Mississauga woman Sarah Parsons and 25-year-old Toronto man Jermoll Bain.
Police say that all of the Brooks individuals are related to one another.
Victor Brooks and Manbauman are facing first degree murder charges, while the other accused parties are facing accessory after the fact charges.
Some of the accused are also facing robbery, assault and drug-related charges.
All parties were held pending a bail hearing Feb. 2.
Anyone with information relating to this investigation is asked to call investigators at the Homicide and Missing Persons Bureau at (905) 453-2121, ext. 3205.
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