Police Arrest Third Suspect in Windsor Murder


Windsor police have arrested a third suspect in a downtown shooting last summer that killed a University of Windsor student.

On August 27, 2018 at 2:40am, 20-year-old Jason Pantlitz-Solomon was shot and killed while walking downtown on Ouellette Ave at University.

The suspects took off. 

On Wednesday, October 30, 2019, investigators with the Windsor Police Major Crimes Branch travelled to Brampton, Ontario and arrested a suspect without incident.

Kahli Johnson-Phillips, 23, is charged with first-degree murder,  attempted murder and numerous firearm-related offences.


Kahli Robinson Johnson-Phillips (Photo courtesy of Thunder Bay Police Service)

Two others, 21-year-old Shanice Wynter of Mississauga and 22-year-old Keima Davis-Baynes of Mississauga, are also charged with first-degree murder.

Solomon was a third-year criminology student at the U and police say the shooting was a targeted incident.

A 19-year-old woman who was with Solomon at the time of the shooting was hurt, but survived