Police lay charges in deadly Vaughan shooting

24-year old David Odesho of Toronto was wanted in the crime. He turned himself into police on Sunday.

David Odesho is charged
(Peel Police handout)

Police identified the suspect they were searching for in connection to a deadly shooting that happened Friday night in Vaughan.

On Saturday, they said they were searching for 24-year old David Odesho of Toronto. Odesho turned himself into police on Sunday evening and was charged with first degree murder and attempted murder.

It was around 6:45 Friday evening when a man was gunned down at a cafe on Woodstream Boulevard, near Highway 7 and Martin Grove Road. Another man was also shot and rushed to hospital with serious injuries.

The man who died, was identified as 36-year old Sarhad Sadiq of Nobleton.

Odesho has a court appearance Monday morning.

Police aren't searching for any other suspects, but continue to look for a white 2011 Mazda 3, four-door vehicle. It was last seen leaving the scene of the shooting and has an Ontario license plate that reads, BRFS163.

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