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Toronto police make arrest, lay charges over November 2019 homicide

Police block off a large area near North Queen Street and The Queensway.
Police block off a large area near North Queen Street and The Queensway. Kevin Maddock / Global News

Toronto police say they have laid charges related to a November homicide.

They say a man — 50-year-old Antonio Fiorda of Maple — was found shot in a west-end parking lot, near North Queen Street and The Queensway in Etobicoke, and died in hospital.

Investigators soon found a burned-out vehicle they say was related to the shooting that happened on November 4.

READ MORE: Man dead after ‘targeted’ daylight shooting across from Sherway Gardens Mall

On Tuesday, police arrested a 29-year-old Toronto man.

Saaid Mohiadin faces one count of first-degree murder.

Jordan Thompson,  an 18-year-old Toronto man was also arrested, and charged with being an accessory after the fact.

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— With files from Gabby Rodrigues.

50-year-old man fatally shot in city’s west end
50-year-old man fatally shot in city’s west end