September 25, 2007
Second arrest in Mississauga stabbing
A second man wanted in connection with Saturday’s stabbing death at a Mississauga townhouse complex has now been arrested.
Defence attorney Gary Batasar arranged to have his client, Andrae Parris, 24, surrender to police late Monday night.
He is to appear later today in a Brampton court room charged with first-degree murder in connection with the stabbing death of Jermaine Malcolm.
Cleavon Sherwin Joseph, 31 of Mississauga, had already been arrested and charged with first-degree murder.
The 24-year-old Malcolm, who wanted to be a rapper and went by the stage name Tactix, was stabbed outside a townhouse complex on Meadowvale Town Centre Circle, in the Winston Churchill Blvd.-Battleford Rd. area, shortly before 2 a.m.early Saturday.