Police in Windsor, Ont., arrested Daud Hussein, 24, (left) on Tuesday and Pa Bei Sesay, 22, (centre) on Wednesday. There is an arrest warrant for Adrian Sappleton, 22, (right). ((Windsor Police Service))

A man wanted on a Canada-wide warrant in connection with a fatal shooting in Windsor, Ont., that involves several other suspects turned himself in to Toronto police Wednesday morning.

Pa Bei Sesay, 22, of Toronto is facing a charge of accessory after the fact to murder in the shooting death of Mohamed Yusuf, 23, in Windsor on Sept. 27. He is the seventh person arrested in connection with the shooting.

Yusuf was killed in an exchange of gunfire between two groups of men who had argued at a downtown bar, then fought outside around 2 a.m.


Windsor police have issued an arrest warrant for Tomikeo Alphonso, 29. ((Windsor Police Service))

The dispute spread to a nearby parking lot at the corner of Wyandotte Street West and Pelissier Street. Yusuf, who police later said was not the intended target, was shot once in the back.

On Tuesday, Daud Hussein, 24, turned himself in to Windsor police. He is charged with second-degree murder.

On Dec.16, two men from London, Ont., were arrested and charged with second-degree murder. In addition, two women and a man, also from London, are charged with accessory after the fact to murder. All the accused are in their 20s.

Police have issued arrest warrants for two other men wanted for accessory after the fact to murder. Adrian Sappleton, 22, and Tomikeo Alphonso, 29, are both from Toronto, and police believe they are still in the Greater Toronto Area.

The firearms involved have not been recovered.