'Armed, dangerous' suspect in home invasion death turns himself in

When police arrived on the scene of a reported home invasion on Corkstone Glade in Mississauga, one of the three men allegedly involved lay dead from a gunshot wound.

Peel Police say Jason Hamilton will be charged with manslaughter in 2012 shooting death of Ibrahim Abukar

Ibrahim Abukar, 22, was shot and killed at a Mississauga home during an alleged home invasion in 2012. Jason Hamilton, 42, of Mississauga, turned himself in an faces a charge of manslaughter in connection with Abukar's death. (CBC)

A man police described as "armed and dangerous" turned himself in on Monday and will face a charge of manslaughter in connection with a shooting death during a Mississauga home invasion in 2012.

Peel Regional Police are accusing Jason Hamilton, 42, of fatally shooting Ibrahim ​Abukar, 22, whom investigators allege was one of Hamilton's accomplices in the case. 

Hamilton, who police say goes by the name JLOGIX in the Toronto entertainment business, is to appear in court in Brampton on Tuesday for a bail hearing.

Hamilton turned himself in just days after police issued a warrant for his arrest, warning the public not to approach him as they considered him armed and dangerous.

Police said a third man allegedly involved in the home invasion faces a charge of robbery with a firearm. Haldane Smithen-Davis, 36, of Toronto, was arrested in the United Kingdom last September, and is appealing his extradition back to Canada.

The home invasion happened on Corkstone Glade, near Rathburn Road and Dixie Road, around midnight on Dec. 7, 2012. Police allege Hamilton, Smithen-Davis and Abukar were confronted by the homeowner, a struggle ensued and Abukar was shot and killed. 

Peel Regional Police thanked members of the Somali community for their help in what they described as a "lengthy" investigation. 

Police alleged immediately after Abukar's death that he was one of the intruders in the home invasion. His friends told CBC News they couldn't understand why he'd be involved in such a crime. 


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