An 18-year-old faces multiple charges after he was accused by police of fatally shooting a dog in the heart of Toronto.
On Sept. 26 at around 11 p.m., police were called to a shooting around Church Street and Wellesley Street East.
Two men allegedly got into an argument before one left. The man who left then returned not long after, this time with a gun, police said.
The man with the gun allegedly shot and killed a dog belonging to the man he was arguing with and ran away.
An 18-year-old from Toronto has been charged with four separate offences, including killing a dog and discharging a firearm recklessly.
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