Story with files from Tina Trigani
Toronto police have arrested two men and are looking for one more in the murder of a Maryland man visiting Toronto.
Julian Jones was with a group of friends in the College Street and Manning Avenue area in the early morning hours of Saturday November 5, when he was attacked by a another group of men outside Blnd Tger club.
Police say the 26 year old, from Maryland, was punched and kicked in the head several times in the unprovoked attack.
Toronto Homicide have two men in custody and are charging them with second degree murder. The accused are 25 year old Kenneth Omorogbe, and 24 year old Kamari Folkes, both from Toronto. Both have been remanded in custody until November 22nd.
Police say there is a third suspect outstanding described as a white male in his late 20`s, 160 to 180 lbs. wearing casual clothing. He was responsible for the kicking and stomping of Jones while on the ground near Manning Avenue.
Investigators are not releasing and video or photos of the suspects or the altercation, as they look to re-interview witnesses that have returned to the United States after initial interviews.
“The individuals who were with the offenders, I’m eager to speak with them,” said Detective Sgt. Gary Giroux “I’ll be putting their pictures to the field intelligence officers…to tell me who they are.”
Homicide are asking any other witnesses to contact Toronto Homicide at (416) 808-7400 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).
— Homicide Squad (@TPSHomicide) November 10, 2016