Windsor Woman Charged With Attempted Murder In Union St. Shooting


Three women have been charged, including one for attempted murder, following a shooting on the weekend in Windsor.

On Saturday, December 30 at 9:50am, police were called to a home on Union St. near Partington Ave. for a person who had just been shot.

When they arrived, they found an injured 22-year-old man walking outside. 

Police describe the scene as "chaotic" with several people yelling and screaming.

The victim was taken to the hospital where he remains with a non-life threatening gunshot wound.

During the investigation, officers learned an intruder had entered the home, shot the man and fled on foot.

Police later learned there was not an intruder. 

"This is not a random incident by any means," says Sergeant Steve Betteridge.  "There was no intruder and it does appear to be domestic in nature."

An 18-year-old Windsor woman is facing charges of attempted murder and two counts of public mischief for misleading police.

Two other women, aged 39 and 18, are facing charges of public mischief.

No names have been released and police are not searching for any other suspects.

The involved firearm has not yet been recovered.