2nd man faces murder charge in March 6 stabbing death of Toronto man

Police say they made a second arrest in relation to the death of a man in Toronto, allegedly at the hands of a group that fled the scene.

After midnight on March 6, a stabbing in the area of Sherbourne Street and Queen Street East was reported to police.

Police said an altercation took place between one man and a group of four others. It reportedly escalated and the man was stabbed. The group of men then fled east along Queen Street, according to police.

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On the day of the stabbing, police identified the victim as 55-year-old Jeffrey Munro. He died in hospital.

On Saturday morning, police announced they had made an arrest, charging a 36-year-old man with second-degree murder. That evening, officers confirmed another arrest.

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The man, Christopher Williamson, was charged with second-degree murder, police said.

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Two suspects, Jedidiah Creighton-Chevalier, 21, and Hussein Ibrohim, 27, are still wanted by police.

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