Brampton Man Arrested in Connection with Gang-Related Murder
Peel police recently arrested a 36-year-old Brampton man who was wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant in connection with a gang-related murder in Montreal.
On Feb. 21, the Peel Regional Police force was contacted by the Montreal Police Major Crimes Unit and asked to assist in locating and arresting a murder suspect who was believed to be in Peel.
In 2014, Anne Millington-White was shot and killed during an altercation between rival gang members in Lachine, Quebec. After an investigation involving the police's homicide, intelligence and tactical units, the accused was located at a residence on Histon Crescent in Brampton and arrested without incident.
Emmerson Courtney Hennie, who has been living in Brampton, was charged with second degree murder, attempted murder and discharging a firearm with intent.
Hennie will be remanded in custody and returned to Montreal in the coming days to appear before the Quebec courts on those charges.
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