Friday, March 29, 2013

Muslim Crime Wave in Canada ... Part XXXVI

If you think the crimes listed here are the only ones that took place within the time frame shown,  think again.  Our wonderful Police Services all over Canada are not as efficient as the Toronto Police Services (TPS) when it comes to diligently and accurately releasing News Releases.  In the entire country of Canada, the TPS is the only Police Services department that is doing a good job (and yet we whine and complain about them) compared to many, many others in Ontario and elsewhere in the country.  The Toronto Police Services website for News Releases is A1 and it would be beneficial to the taxpaying public if other Police Service departments in the rest of Canada were to copy that model.  If you visit this website which lists PS departments all over Canada and do a comparison you will agree that I am right about the TPS's user friendly online resources compared to all other PS websites in Canada.  Would it put additional strain on  the other PS depts to follow the TPS model, at least for listing the  News Releases the way the TPS website does?????  I think not!

324) ....A man will spend 45 days  behind bars after pleading guilty to assaulting a streetcar driver. Salah Hussein, 56, was accused of spitting in the face of a Queen St. TTC operator and verbally assaulting him after the driver refused to give the man a free ride on Jan. 28.
Hussein was kicked off the vehicle and arrested by police nearby.
The suspect pleaded guilty to a single charge of assault on Thursday. He was sentenced to 45 days in jail and 18 months probation.....

325) A slender, blonde-haired, blue-eyed girl   suffered eight years of horrific physical and sexual abuse starting when she was just seven at the hands of the man the Children’s Aid Society entrusted to keep her safe.
A jury found Mac Bool Hassan guilty eight days ago of 13 criminal offences for sexually and physically abusing the girl — who isn’t biologically related to him — as well as assaulting her half-brother.
The verdict was reached swiftly after only fours hours of deliberations because the evidence was overwhelming, said Crown attorney Heather Keating.
Hassan, 49, will be back in Superior Court Monday to set a date for sentencing.
But the now 20-year-old woman is seething with outrage at both Hassan and the Toronto Children’s Aid Society because it granted him custody of her when she was two years old.
And the CAS kept her and her half-brother in his care despite Hassan’s drug use, criminal record and neighbours’ reports of neglect and abuse.
“I had to do what he told me to do or I’d get beaten, punched and kicked, dragged by my hair along the floor. He told me he loved me and that he would marry me, like Woody Allen married his adoptive daughter, when I was 18,” the girl recalled in an exclusive interview with the Toronto Sun. “I felt like I was his wife. It’s like we’re a couple, but he’s my dad.”
She is now working two jobs, one at a retail outlet and another as a babysitter, hoping to save enough money so that she can pursue her dream of becoming a flight attendant.
 “Children’s Aid ruined my life because I could have been adopted as a baby,” she said angrily. “Instead, they thought it was in my best interest ... to be placed into this man’s care. He was a single man with a criminal record who had no connection to me. Why would he want to parent me?”
The abuse occurred twice a week when she was younger but became a nightly ordeal after she turned 11 or 12, said Keating, who successfully prosecuted Hassan.
“He had no business to be basically using the victim as a vulnerable sex toy,” Keating said. “It’s disgusting.”.........

326) All say a big "Hail to the mighty Jason Kenny" for bringing more foreign students to Canada.  Good for our economy, don't you know! Who gives a fuck about what they do here... as long as there's money flowing here from abroad, all's good, all's great !!  

A 20-year-old Ottawa man faces one charge of sexual assault following an incident on a Greyhound bus bound for Ottawa on Sunday.
He was arrested after a young woman was allegedly sexually assaulted while she slept on the bus. It happened on a Toronto-to-Ottawa bus route at about 9 p.m. Sunday as the bus was travelling between Carleton Place and Ottawa.
The victim, a woman in her early 20s, awoke to find a stranger sitting next to her and sexually touching her, said Det. Randy Wagner of the Ottawa police sexual assault unit.
She started screaming and claimed she was being assaulted, leading three men and one woman on the bus to come to her aid, said Wagner.....
....The suspect is a foreign university student studying engineering, police confirmed.
Timoor Najam, 20, is charged with one count of sexual assault. He was released from custody on a promise to appear in court on April 13.....

327)   On Tuesday, March 26, 2013, police arrested a man in connection with a robbery investigation. It is alleged that:
− on Friday, March 22, 2013, at 2:06 p.m., a man entered a store in the Dundas Street West/Scarlett Road area
− the man produced a knife and made a demand for cash
− the man threatened to stab the victim
− the man fled the store with a quantity of cash
Yussef Abu−Hewaydi, 19, of Toronto, was charged with...

328)  The Toronto Police Service is requesting  the public's assistance locating a wanted man. A Bench Warrant has been issued for Hassan Hassan, 23, of Toronto.
He is wanted for:
1. Assault  2. Assault with a Weapon 3. Threatening Death 4. Intimidation
He is described as black, 6’2”, 180 lbs., with brown eyes and hair braided in cornrows. He is
known to frequent the downtown core....

329) On Tuesday, March 19, 2013, Hold Up Squad officers charged five men in connection with a series of armed robberies. It is alleged that:
− between June 2012 and March 2013, five men committed 10 armed robberies
− during each robbery the men were masked and armed with a handgun
− the accused demanded the victims to surrender their gold jewellery and cash
− the victims were bound with duct tape and some were pistol whipped
It is further alleged that:
− on Tuesday, March 19, 2013, the men committed an armed robbery at a home in the Sheppard Avenue East/Neilson Road area
− the accused ransacked the home and then fled the scene
Muhammad Ishaq, 27, of Toronto; Bismella Dost, 26, of Pickering; Schmaul Richards, 21, of Toronto; Homayoon Popal, 25, of Pickering; and Joshua Geness, 20, of Toronto; were charged with a total of 86 charges, including Armed Robbery, Forcible Confinement and
Disguise With Intent.

330) On Monday, March 18, 2013, at 2:30 p.m., police started a sexual assault investigation. It is alleged that:
− a 20−year−old woman was working as a sex trade worker
− the man arranged to meet with the woman for the purpose of conducting a sex−related transaction
− the man met the woman at a home in the downtown area
− the man sexually assaulted the woman
On Wednesday, March 20, 2013, Manan Hameed, 27, of Mississauga, was arrested and charged with:
1) Assault 2) Threatening Death 3) Sexual Assault with a Weapon 4) Forcible Confinement 5) Sexual Assault 6) Weapons Dangerous to the Public Peace

331) A 34-year-old Ottawa man  previously charged with a string of sexual assaults on OC Transpo buses has been arrested a second time on a series of similar charges.
The first set of charges against Racil Hilan, in three separate cases of sexual assaults, are still before the court, said Ottawa police.
Police had issued a public warning in December 2011 after two separate incidents in which a man allegedly sat next to a teenage girl and touched her. In both cases, the bus was crossing from the east to west end of the city and there were other empty seats available, police said. A third assault was reported on February 14, 2012.
Hilan was first arrested in May 2012 and charged with three counts of sexual assault and three counts of mischief in relation to those three cases.
Police did not issue a warning about the five more recent attacks, which took place between November 22, 2012 and January 15, 2013, because investigators were still “piecing the puzzle together,” said Staff Sgt. Angela McDade.....

332) Durham Regional Police have arrested  two men for their role in a break and enter in north Whitby yesterday.
On Monday, March 11, 2013, at approximately 12:45 p.m., two men were witnessed jumping over a fence in a residential area in the Thickson Road and Winchester Road East area of Brooklin. Officers quickly located and arrested two men. Investigators were able to connect one of the suspects with two other recent break and enter incidents in Whitby.
Zurab KHANDAMASHVILI, age 32 of Concord, Ontario, is charged with Break and Enter Residential x3......

333) The Edmonton Police Service  is seeking the support of the city’s Somali community to locate Hassan Isse Ismail, who is wanted on Canada-wide warrants for second-degree murder.
Police believe the 29-year-old man is responsible for the murder of 24-year-old Aden Ahmed, who was stabbed to death Nov. 19, 2012, at a downtown residence near 113 Avenue and 94 Street.
“The EPS has worked hard to establish a healthy relationship with this community, and we’re hopeful that partnership will help us in our search for this individual,” said Homcide Section Staff Sgt. Bill Clark.
Ismail is thought to have ties to the Greater Toronto Area. He is described as a black male, 6’3” tall and more than 200 pounds. ........

334)  On Thursday,March 28, 2013, the Toronto Police Service Fugitive Squad executed a Provisional Arrest Warrant under the Extradition Act for the arrest of Mohammad Masroor, 50.
He is wanted by U.S. authorities in Florida and Michigan for Criminal Sexual Contact (Person under 13). The offences are alleged to have occurred between 2000 and 2005.
It is alleged he arrived in Canada in 2008 from the United States.
He is currently held in custody, pending extradition to the United States

335) 55 Division’s Crime Management Team in its last installment of “"Wanted Wednesday" is looking for Muhammad Fahad, 25, of Toronto. It alleged that:
− on Friday, October 26, 2012, a woman was walking along Gerrard Street East near Highfield Road,
− she was sexually assaulted by a man as she walked passed him
− a man was arrested and charged
− it was later determined that the man provided false identification
− he was released from custody, scheduled to appear in court on a future date but failed to do so Muhammed Fahad, 25, of Brampton, is wanted for:...........

336) On Tuesday, March 26, 2013, police arrested a man in connection with a robbery investigation. It is alleged that:
− on Friday, March 22, 2013, at 2:06 p.m., a man entered a store in the Dundas Street West/Scarlett Road area
− the man produced a knife and made a demand for cash
− the man threatened to stab the victim
− the man fled the store with a quantity of cash Yussef Abu−Hewaydi, 19, of Toronto, was charged with:..........

337) A 30-year-old man police believe is responsible for the stabbing death of Aden Ahmed, 24, turned himself in to police last night, Wednesday, March 27, 2013.
Accompanied by his lawyer, Hassan Isse Ismail turned himself in to police at approximately 5 p.m. yesterday, at EPS Headquarters. Ismail was wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for second degree murder in connection with the murder of Ahmed on Nov. 19, 2012.
“The accused turned himself in on his own accord after meeting with a lawyer, and has yet to cooperate with investigators during the interview process,” stated Staff Sgt. Bill Clark, of the EPS Homicide Section.
Ahmed was stabbed to death last November at a downtown residence near 113 Avenue and 94 Street. The victim sustained stab wounds, during an alleged altercation involving several males at the downtown residence, at approximately 8:35 p.m. that evening.
Ismail has been charged with second degree murder.

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