Man charged in Natasha Farah shooting death
Hussein Ibrahim, 21, charged with discharging a firearm recklessly
Calgary police have charged a man in connection with the shooting death of Natasha Farah outside a bar in the beltline last weekend.
Hussein Ibrahim, 21, is charged with discharging a firearm recklessly, police confirmed on Thursday.
Farah, 26, was standing outside Bronco Smokehouse and Saloon at 11th Avenue and First Street S.W. early Saturday morning when gunfire erupted nearby.
She was pronounced dead at the scene. Witnesses reported seeing a suspicious vehicle leaving the area.
Police said on Wednesday investigators believe more than one shooter was involved in the deadly incident.
Earlier this week, Calgary police detained and questioned four men in the investigation. One of them remains in custody as a suspect in Farah’s death.
He was also wanted on a Toronto-based Canada-wide warrant for attempted murder.
Farah was a recent public relations grad who had moved to Calgary from Toronto about a year ago.
Ibrahim’s next court appearance is set for Aug. 29.
Anyone who witnessed the shooting is encouraged to contact police.