TORONTO - A 17-year-old boy has been charged with manslaughter in the fatal shooting of a 15-year-old in Toronto.

Det. Mike Carbone says two other people -- an 18-year-old man and a boy -- are facing breach of recognizance charges in the case.

Carbone says St. Aubyn Rodney was in his north-west Toronto apartment with friends on Monday night when a gun was produced and the teen was shot.

Police had earlier said Rodney's name could not be released under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, but Carbone said the teen's parents have since given permission for him to be named.

Carbone said he could not give details of the investigation, but ambulance officials have said Rodney was shot in the stomach.

They said he didn't have any vital signs while being transferred to hospital, but police said he succumbed to his injuries in hospital.