FEATURED PHOTO: Shadrack Amankwa walks out of Superior Court in Windsor. April 5, 2017 (Photo by Teresinha Medeiros)
Written by Teresinha Medeiros on April 5, 2017
The defence for two men charged in a downtown Windsor shooting has argued there isn’t forensic evidence to proceed with the trial.
22-year-old Kevin Nyadu and 26-year-old Shadrack Amankwa, both of Brampton, are charged in the October 2014 shooting at the Boom Boom Room where a bouncer was shot.
Devonte Pierce was shot in the back and survived.
Nyadu is charged with attempted murder and weapons charges.
Amankwa is charged was accessory to commit attempted murder along with weapons charges.
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