Mohamed Najdi homicide investigation leads to charges for 6th man
Nadji, 28, was found shot in an outdoor courtyard on Claremont Drive on Jan. 10
A sixth man has been charged with first-degree murder and kidnapping in the January shooting death of Mohamed Najdi, less than a week after five other men faced similar charges in the case.
Nedeljko Borozan, 26, was arrested earlier this week and made a brief court appearance Friday and was remanded into custody. He is expected to appear again court by video on Apr. 25.
Also appearing in court Friday was Mohamed Mohamed — who was already in jail on different charges.
Last Saturday, four other men — 33-year-old Alaa Asiri, 18-year-old Ali Elenezi, 26-year-old Lual Lual and 25-year-old Mohamud Yusuf, 25 — were arrested and charged in connection with the case.
Mohamed is the alleged shooter.
At the time of his death, sources told CBC News that Najdi was a known gang member who was a witness of the 2015 shooting death of Sharif Said.
Najdi's death was the first of six homicides so far in Ottawa in 2016.