Man, 18, shot to death in Regina's north end
Multiple gunshots heard during night, neighbour says
After a night of gunfire, Regina police were at the scene of a death in the 500 block of Montreal Street Friday morning.
Officers have confirmed that an 18-year-old man was shot and killed at that location in the early hours of Friday morning.
He has been identified as Nolen Boyd Tanner, from Regina.
The 911 centre took a call around 1:30 a.m. CST, reporting a fight in a yard and on the street.
A neighbour, Gloria Van Den Akker, told CBC News she heard the fighting, followed by at least five gunshots.
She said she heard a man screaming "My leg! My leg!"
"I just stayed in the house, didn't come out until after I seen the police all arrive and everything," she said.
"Everything was going on. EMS showed up; a whole bunch of police cars. They were running around here, and then they brought in the police dogs and just everything. It's a scary scene."
Police were investigating a house on the street. Neighbours said it has been the scene of some noisy parties in the past.
While the shooting took place on Halloween night and was associated with a party, police said it was not a costume party.
Police also said, later on Friday, that they had not recovered any firearms.
It's the second fatal incident on a Regina street in two days. On Thursday, a woman died after a fight on the street in the 700 block of Athol Street. A 29-year-old woman has been charged.
The incident on Montreal Street is Regina's ninth homicide of 2013.