Thursday, July 12, 2018
Terrence Warner, 17 sought in deadly Mississauga stabbing in May 2018
Peel Regional Police are hunting a 17-year-old for the second-degree murder of a Mississauga man in May.
On May 26 around 1:13 a.m., officers went to a home in the Tradewind Dr. and Winston Churchill Blvd. area for reports of a stabbing. They found the 19-year-old victim, Daniel Smith, with stab wounds. He was rushed to hospital, where he died.
Police have issued a Canada-wide warrant for Terrence Warner. He is believed to have fled the province, travelling to Saskatchewan.
Investigators have received judicial authorization under the Youth Criminal Justice Act for the publication of his identity.
Police are urging Warner to get a lawyer and surrender to the nearest police station.
Warner is described as black with a medium complexion, 5-foot-11 and 130 pounds with a thin build, brown eyes and short afro style hair.
He is considered a danger to the public and is known to possess firearms and/or knives, police say. The public is urged not to approach him and call 911 immediately.
Smith was Peel Region’s 10th homicide of the year.
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