No charges will be laid in double fatal shooting
By The Canadian PressNews Retail
Toronto police say no charges will be laid in the shooting deaths of two men at a fast-food restaurant in February.
The shooting happened in the early morning hours of February 28 in an east-end McDonald’s where police say an armed security guard fired his weapon after a fight with two men.
Donny Ouimette, 25, and Ryan Hind, 39, both of Toronto, were found with gunshot wounds and pronounced dead at the scene.
The security guard, who police said was employed nearby, was treated at hospital for a firearm-related injury.
Police say the homicide unit investigated the circumstances surrounding the deaths of the two men.
After consulting with senior Crown attorneys, police say it was determined there would be no reasonable prospect of conviction, and no criminal charges will be laid.
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