At a news conference Friday morning, Toronto Police Service (DPS) chief James Ramer, Constable Jeffrey Northrop, 52, was seriously injured in a car crash.
Deliberately and deliberately.
He was taken to hospital, where he died. Chief Ramer and Mayor John Dory, who were with him at the press conference, offered condolences to the family of the deceased, who is married and has three children.
One suspect was arrested
The suspect who allegedly assaulted a police officer with his vehicle has been arrested. The charges have not yet been determined and will be filed during the day, James Ramer said.
The incident took place just after midnight in a parking lot near Bay and Queen streets.
Constable Northrup was involved in an undercover police operation during the investigation
Screaming attack after robbery. Mr. An officer who came with Northroop was discharged from the hospital Friday morning. He was taken there with minor injuries, Chief Ramer added.
A strong police presence and emergency services were stationed at the site overnight.
The Conflict Reconstruction Unit is currently at the scene, while the Assassination Unit is investigating.
On Twitter, The Tax revenueAuthorities said they were at the scene and there were roadblocks in the immediate vicinity for police investigation.
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Numerous tributes were posted on social media on Friday in memory of Constable Northroup, who served 31 years and was part of the 52nd Division. Tax revenue
Lost a member [sa] Family.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford said
Is very sad To learn
This is devastating news.
The Peel Police Chief in the Toronto area, meanwhile, said one of the victims was a
Professional […] Dedicated to ensuring the safety of his community. He was a hero in life, not in death, Wrote Chief Nishan Durappa.
It was an extraordinary disaster and a senseless loss – we mourn together, Said the City Police Services Board carried out by Jeffrey Northrop
The final sacrifice.