Police have finally been able to arrest and charge the fourth and final suspect connected to the alleged kidnapping and subsequent murder of a 16-year-old male in Brampton this past summer.
On June 30, police found Ezekiel Agyemang's body in the area of No. 10 Side Road and Guelph Line in the Brampton area.
According to the Brampton Guardian, investigators have commented that this is a "senseless" crime, since Agyemang was kidnapped and later murdered simply for being friends with someone else with whom the suspects had problems. He barely knew his alleged kidnappers and killers, and had no relationship with them.
Agyemang was allegedly kidnapped and moved around the Greater Toronto area before being killed and his body dumped in that remote location.
On Tuesday, police caught up with Ahmed Ismail in Vancouver when he was taken into custody for a separate shooting incident. Ismail, in addition to the charges for the latest shooting, now faces additional charges of first-degree murder and kidnapping.
He is being held in custody in Vancouver, and the three other suspects have already been charged with similar crimes.
22-year-old Tawane Mohamed of Toronto has been charged with first-degree murder, and 29-year-old Abdikadir Jumale of Hamilton with kidnapping. 20-year-old Stanley Frempong of Toronto is facing a charge of kidnapping with a firearm.