Youth charged after man shot at northeast Calgary bus stop
A minor has been charged in connection with a September shooting in Rundle that left one man suffering from a gunshot wound to his leg.
According to police, a man was standing at a bus stop at the intersection of 32nd Avenue and Rundleside Drive N.E. on the afternoon of Sept. 30 when he was approached by two males.
A conversation occurred that escalated with one of the males pulling a gun and shooting the man in the leg.
The gunshot victim was transported to hospital in non-life-threatening condition.
A youth was identified as a suspect in the shooting and subsequently charged. He cannot be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
The minor has been charged with:
- Discharging a firearm with intent;
- Assault with a weapon;
- Using a firearm in the commission of an offence;
- Carrying a concealed weapon;
- Possession of a prohibited firearm;
- Posession of a firearm contrary to an order; and,
- Two counts of failure to comply with a release order.
CPS officials confirm the investigation into the incident is ongoing.