Alleged Galloway Boys member appears in Toronto court
Ad-Ham Khamis appears in Toronto court on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012. (John Mantha / CTV News)
Published Friday, September 21, 2012 7:58PM EDT
A man who police allege is an up-and-coming leader of Toronto’s infamous Galloway Boys gang appeared in Toronto court on Friday.
Ad-Ham Khamis, 19, faces a slew of charges in connection with two separate shootings that took place late last year.
Police allege the suspect was involved in a September 2011 shooting at Domino’s Pizza where three people were shot. Police say the suspect was also involved in a shooting in Scarborough in November 2011 where one person was shot.
Last month, the suspect was arrested on three counts of drug trafficking in London, Ont. Less than a week after he was released from a London jail, Khamis was chased and shot at a Scarborough LRT station.
Khami faces four counts of attempted murder, two counts of pointing a firearm and a charge for trafficking a firearm, among other charges.
Outside of a Toronto court on Friday, defence lawyer Royland Moriah told CTV Toronto he awaits to see the outcome of the police investigation into the shootings.
“Myself and my clients and his family, we’re all going to have to wait until we have some disclosure, until we see what happens in terms of any investigation that police say they’re undertaking at this point in time.”
The Galloway Boys have been linked to this summer’s mass shooting on Danzig Street in Scarborough.
Khamis is scheduled to appear in court via video on Sept. 27.
With a report from CTV Toronto’s Tamara Cherry