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Peel Police to Update Murder of 9-year-old
9-year-old Kesean Williams was shot one year ago Thursday.
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Peel Regional Police are set to hold an update Thursday on the shooting death of Kesean Williams.  The 9-year-old was shot one year ago Thursday as he sat and watched television in his Brampton home.  Investigators say the bullet went through a window before striking young Kesean.

The grade 4 student died from a single bullet wound to the head.  Investigators believe the home on Ardglen Drive was targeted, although Kesean and his family only moved into the home a week before he was shot. 

Some neighbours believe the bullet was meant for the previous occupants who were described by some as drug dealers. 

Peel Regional Police were expected to update the case at 10:00a.m. Thursday at Peel Police Headquarters in Brampton.

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Peel Regional Police are set to hold an update Thursday on the shooting death of Kesean Williams.  The 9-year-old was shot one year ago Thursday as he sat and watched television in his Brampton home.  Investigators say the bullet went through a window before striking young Kesean.

The grade 4 student died from a single bullet wound to the head.  Investigators believe the home on Ardglen Drive was targeted, although Kesean and his family only moved into the home a week before he was shot. 

Some neighbours believe the bullet was meant for the previous occupants who were described by some as drug dealers. 

Peel Regional Police were expected to update the case at 10:00a.m. Thursday at Peel Police Headquarters in Brampton.

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