Shar-Dey Phipps-Walker charged with firearm offences in Toronto

On Friday, September 24, 2010, police responded to a call for a fire at 200 Wellesley Street East.

At the time of the fire, the entire building was evacuated and sealed off by security and police.

While residents were housed at other locations, Toronto Community Housing continued to keep the building sealed off. Repairs to the building were started and repair teams went from one unit to another.

It is alleged that:

– on Friday, October 22, 2010, an employee of a contracting company started doing repairs to one of the units,

– the employee saw a white box located in a closet,

– the employee opened the box and found a Heckler and Koch model 91 semi-automatic assault rifle.

On Wednesday, December 22, 2010, Shar-Dey Phipps-Walker, 22, of Toronto, was arrested and charged with:

1) Unauthorized possession of a firearm,
2) Possession prohibited weapon,
3) Careless storage of a firearm,
4) Careless storage of a prohibited weapon.

She was scheduled to appear in court at College Park, on Thursday, December 23, 2010, room 501, at 10 a.m.

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5 Comments

  1. Every woman in that building should have a gun and locked metal underware! The security and the building workers rape the us girls there so much some of the tenants have their kcomment_IDs! The whole building is full of crack houses and meth labs that pay TCHC under the table to run!

  2. [quote name=”Richard Hillman”]Shar-Dey Phipps-Walker a Community Safety Coordinator with the Toronto Kiwanis Boys & Girls Club[/quote]

    Of course she has a gun locked up in the closet, that’s by she is the SAFETY COORDINATOR at KIWANIS

  3. [quote name=””]What is wrong with you people ! ?
    Only criminals and cops can have guns ![/quote]
    When I first moved in 200 Wellesley I found it strange how most of the elderly ladies just like myself have guns. 2 months after that the building maintenance came into my apartment to fix my shower, my shower was never fixed but the maintenance guy ended up drugging me and then he raped me. I talked to the security guards there about it and 2 days later I bought a gun from them. I don’t think I would of been able to live there without it. For 600.00 I bought peace of mind and safety. The only thing this young girl dcomment_ID wrong was not to keep it in a locked safe, this is why she has been arrested and I or the others have not. If she would of put the gun in her purse like the rest of the tenants that don’t have a safe they would of never found it. Mind you she only needs a small handgun a riffle is a little over kill and not easy to hcomment_IDe.

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