Three people charged with attempted murder in Barrie shooting, one suspect remains at large
Fourth suspect should be considered "armed and dangerous," say police
Barrie police have made arrests in connection with a shooting that happened around 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 22 on a catwalk between Leacock Drive and Kipling Place in the city’s west end.
(Police investigate shooting on Sat. Apr. 22 – Michael Chorney – At the Scene Photography)
A 45-year-old Barrie man was shot multiple times after an altercation with a group of people.
He was transported to a Toronto-area trauma centre with life-threatening injuries.
In a news release on Friday, police said a fourth suspect remains at large and “is believed to be armed and dangerous and should not be approached.”
One of the suspects, according to police, a 23-year-old Orillia man was arrested in Barrie within hours of the shooting. He has been charged with attempted murder and discharging a firearm with intent. He was held for a bail hearing and remanded in custody.
The day after the shooting, police say they gathered evidence at Sunnidale Park and later in the evening a search warrant was executed at a Kipling Place residence and a 29-year-old woman was taken into custody. She has been charged with attempted murder and discharging a firearm with intent. She was also remanded into custody.
Police arrested a third suspect at a Diana Drive home in Orillia. The 21-year-old man faces similar charges as well as being an accessory after the fact. He has been released on bail and has a court date next month.
Investigators are trying to locate 21-year-old Timothy White of no fixed address. He is 5’9, slim build, blonde hair, blue eyes, acne scarring on his face, wears prescription glasses, is known to wear a cross-body satchel and also goes by the names Logan and Low.
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Image supplied by Barrie Police Service of suspect being sought in connection with a shooting in the city on Apr. 22, 2023.