Police Raid Brockville Home For Fourth Suspect in Kingston Shooting
Kingston Police preformed a raid on a Perth St. house in Brockville on Thursday, looking for a man in connection with a shooting incident in Kingston.
Investigators say on Tuesday, January 29, three men pounded on a Fraser St. apartment door around 3:00 a.m. demanding money. Before they drove off without any cash, shots were fired from outside the building towards an apartment window where a child was inside. Fortunately, no one was hurt during the incident.
Three men have been arrested and charged with attempted murder, 53-year-old Everett Timothy Telgen from Brockville, as well as 31-year-old Jeffrey Burtch of Perth. The men were taken into custody in an apartment in Brockville on Friday, January 1.
On Monday, police arrested 30-year-old Joseph Ferguson from Brockville, he is facing two counts of attempted murder, along with attempt robbery, attempt break and enter and a slew of other offences.
A fourth individual has yet to be arrested in connection with the case.
Detective Sargent Jay Finn with the Kingston Police Major Crime Unit confirmed they were looking for a fourth suspect in the building on Perth St., near Abbott.
Finn said the suspect wasn't found inside during the raid.
"We can't provide this individuals name because we haven't issued an arrest warrant we just executed a warrant at this apartment at this time."
He says that Kingston Police are working alongside Brockville officers.
"Through our investigation we determined he lived at this address," said Finn. "We didn't locate him there."
Brockville Police say there is no threat to public safety. If you have any information to contact Kingston Police at 613-549-4660.
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