Police sources have revealed to have charged three more men believed to be linked with the murder of a man who was allegedly assaulted, then run over by a vehicle more than four years ago in downtown Toronto. 27-year-old Christopher Skinner of Toronto passed away after being struck by a vehicle near Adelaide and Victoria Streets on Oct. 18, 2009. These recent charges were laid almost a week after police charged 23-year-old Agustin Alexander Caruso with second-degree murder in the case.
According information revealed by Toronto police on Friday, 23-year-old Jamaal Phillips Bond is charged with assault causing bodily harm and obstructing police, while 24-year-old Anthony Samuel is charged with conspiracy to commit aggravated assault and obstructing police, along with 23-year-old Nicholas Swaby charged with assault causing bodily harm. Police has mentioned that Skinner died after he attempted to hail a cab and unintentionally come into contact with a passing vehicle. The passengers of a black SUV allegedly confronted him for no apparent reason, assaulted and kicked him to the ground. Those occupants of the SUV, then allegedly drove over Skinner before leaving the scene.