Third man wanted in downtown parking lot shooting arrested

The third suspect wanted in a parking lot shooting that injured two and damaged several businesses and vehicles has turned himself in to London police.

Shyheim Clerzius, 21, of London made a brief court appearance Monday where he was remanded into custody, police said. Last week, he was charged by way of warrant with aggravated assault, discharging a firearm with intent to wound, possession of a restricted or prohibited weapon without a licence, and possession of a prohibited or restricted firearm with ammunition. The charges stem from a shooting in the area of Oxford and Richmond streets on April 23.

Witnesses began calling 911 about gunfire around 2:45 a.m. that day. When officers arrived they found evidence multiple shots had been fired, with bullet casings laying around and a number of vehicles and businesses in the area hit.

A preliminary investigation determined that numerous people were engaged in a disturbance in and around several parking lots east of Richmond, between Oxford and Piccadilly streets when the gunfire rang out. Blood was seen on the pavement, but officers were initially unable to locate any victims.

Shortly after, police were notified about two people suffering from non-life threatening gunshot wounds who had been dropped off at hospital separately.

Clerzius was jointly charged in the incident with Koch Agok, 21 and Riley McIntyre, 20.

Agok and McIntyre were arrested last week and face an additional charge of attempted murder. The pair made court appearances last Wednesday and Thursday.

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