WARMINGTON: Night out for fun in Toronto ends in senseless violence

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It started inside the nightclub but ended in a pool of blood and a person murdered on the side of the road.

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This disturbing death at about 9 p.m. Monday at Polson and Cherry Sts. is being treated as a homicide.

“Collision believed to be deliberate,” said Toronto Police.

Twenty-year Homicide Det.-Sgt. Terry Browne is heading the case.

In other words, expect an arrest.

Police are hard at work in this awful murder that occurred just steps away from the Cabana Waterfront Patio and Rebel nightclub.

Cops are asking the public for help locating a pickup truck “described as having a matte military green wrap” with a “driver who is male, white, 5’10, late 20’s, slim, white shirt, black pants.”

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Officers have been busy looking at security footage and are also asking for dash camera footage from those who were in the vicinity.

While police have not yet made an arrest, they have identified who they believe is their suspect and sources say they have taken out warrants for murder and attempted murder.

They plan on releasing the identity, photograph and photograph of the vehicle today, if necessary.

Witness Alex Marchisello said people noticed “punches thrown” after some patrons were asked to leave the nightclub.

Then “one of the people got into his truck and quietly crept down to the curve at the end of the road and then accelerated toward two people who were both struck.

“One went flying and the other seemed to be under the truck,” he said.

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When the truck fled the scene, “one of them got up and actually chased after it” while the other was “very seriously wounded.”

The so-far-unidentified victim was facing serious medical trauma.

Musician Kijana Henry-Davidson came out of from a rehearsal to see a victim who looked dead lying on the ground.

But as they waited for an ambulance to arrive, people tried their best to help.

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“There was a pulse,” said Alex, who said he poured water on the victim’s face. “But I think there was internal bleeding.”

It was a frantic scene which included lots of screaming and yelling.

At the end of the day, out of a visit to a popular nightclub came carnage and what has been described as a callous, dark and evil alleged murder.

But it was also so unnecessary.

In the middle of a pandemic in which people have been cooped up for so long it’s understandable that people want to blow off some steam, but for some to lose their cool and display such anger is pathetic.

Toronto Police are looking into what transpired in the club and are expected to update this case soon.

But no matter how this case comes out and who faces criminal charges before the courts, a person who went out for a night of fun ended up dead in what was a senseless act of violence.

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