Around 50 officers were involved in the arrest of three men following incident that killed one and injured two
Police have identified the man who was shot dead in Brampton, Ontario, on Wednesday night.
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Around 50 officers were involved in the arrest of three men following a raid that led to the fatal shooting of one man and injured two others.
On Thursday, the Ontario provincial police identified the deceased man as Terri Warman, 32, of Brampton.
Brampton police said the subsequent raids on a west-end home on Robin Street around 8.30pm resulted in “the seizure of significant quantities of cocaine, prescription drugs, and cash”.
As officers prepared to execute a search warrant, police said the incident involving a shooting inside the home resulted.
“Shortly before 9pm, approximately 50 members of the Brampton and Peel police services provincial tactical support team conducted a search warrant at a Robin Street residence and recovered a large quantity of cocaine, prescription drugs, and cash,” the OPP said in a statement.
Around 50 officers were involved in the takedown of the three suspects, including one male with minor injuries and two men with major injuries.
Two men remain in hospital. Their identities have not been released. The condition of one man is listed as “stable”.
Despite the large number of police involved in the arrest, no shots were fired at officers.
The Brampton region is the home base of Canadian police, including the OPP, the Ontario Serious Incident Response Team, Peel police and the Hamilton police.