Nelson Niyonbago Death, Obituary – The perpetrator of the attack, a guy who was fatally stabbed on Sunday afternoon at an apartment complex in Toronto’s financial sector, has been identified by the police as the person responsible for the incident. At around 3:40 in the afternoon, the event took place on the premises of the 251 Sherbourne Street building, which can be found just to the north of the Dundas Street East intersection.
When the police came, they discovered a man who had been stabbed, and not long after that, they detained another individual to question regarding the incident. At the location of the incident, Duty Inspector Saleem Husain of the Toronto Police Service (TPS) shared the following information with the reporters: “Toronto Fire came with us at the same moment and started doing life-saving efforts on the man, and unfortunately at this point, he’s been pronounced deceased on scene.” Because “he was declared deceased on scene,” the Toronto Police Service is extremely lucky to have Husain working for the organization (TPS).
According to Husain, the male suspect who is now being held in custody was taken to a local hospital after receiving injuries that were not seen as being of a life-threatening nature after they were treated. The victim was a guy named Nelson Niyonbago, according to the identification released by the Toronto Police Service on Monday. Niyonbago had only lived to be 26 years old when he went dead.
In addition, the group was successful in determining that the person responsible for the crime was a man named Rashid Ali, who was a resident of Toronto and was 31 years old. After being charged with second-degree murder, Ali is currently being held in jail until a hearing on his application for parole.
The hearing will take place in the near future. Ali is being held in detention in advance of a hearing on his plea to be released on bond. Please call the police at 416-808-7400 or Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS if you have any information that you think might be helpful in solving this case (8477)