WARMINGTON: Polson murder suspect dodged Eaton Centre bullets in 2012

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Robert Cada, 32, of Toronto, is wanted for second degree murder, attempted murder

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While the manhunt for murder suspect Robert Cada continues, police are exercising extra concern because of the accused man’s previous brushes with the law.


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Those brushes including gun charges that are still before the courts and being in the middle of the Eaton Centre shooting where two friends next to him were struck and killed by gunfire.

The focus now is to apprehend the 32-year-old Toronto man in relation to a Monday night fatal incident outside of a nightclub on Polson St. Two people were run down after a fight — one died at the scene, according to Toronto Police.

But owing to the accused facing charges from London Police last June with six gun-related charges in a seizure of a “Glock model 33 semi-automatic pistol, loaded with eight .357 cal. rounds of ammunition, 160 grams of fentanyl valued at $80,000.00 CDN, approximately $50,000.00 CDN,” the scope of this search has everybody involved on full notice that this suspect could be armed.


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Robert Cada, 32.

The Toronto Police homicide squad was called in and they quickly identified Cada as their suspect, issuing descriptions of him and his truck with “a matte military green wrap.” They’ve subsequently found the truck, but not him.

Toronto Police on Wednesday night identified the victim as 25-year-old Jamil Nazarali, of Uxbridge.

Friends have erected a vigil of flowers and pictures of their pal, signing them R.I.P. to “Gussy.”

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A warrant for second-degree murder and attempted murder has been issued.

Cada testified at the trail of Christopher Husbands, who was found guilty on two counts of manslaughter in a June 2, 2012 Eaton Centre shooting.

Toronto Sun court reporter Sam Pazzano reported at the time that Cada told the court he’d just that day been released from jail due to a separate matter.


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This time it’s Cada who is wanted for murder.

The best move for him would be to contact a lawyer and turn himself in to the nearest police station.

The team chasing him is being led by Det.-Sgt. Terry Browne, who has yet to comment. But sources say it would not be wise for anybody to shield or shelter Cada since that could result in a Criminal Code offence.

Witnesses Monday night said a confrontation started in a club, but spilled outside. It’s still unclear what the argument was about.

What is clear is one person is dead, another suffered wounds, and police are trying to locate the man they allege is responsible.



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