Four people charged in relation to disturbance call involving firearm

Four people are facing charges following an investigation into a disturbance call involving a firearm in Kawartha Lakes earlier this month.

According to the OPP, officers  were called to a rural address in the former Eldon Township around 8:45 p.m. on April 12.

“Officers located a person on the property suffering from life-threatening injuries. The victim was transported to a Toronto trauma center and is recovering,” reads a media release from police.

“A search warrant was executed at the scene of the incident and a large amount of evidence was recovered.”

As a result of the investigation to date, four people have been charged.

Anthony Misasi, 54, of Kawartha Lakes has been charged with conspiracy to commit an indictable offence – murder; conspiracy to commit an indictable offence – kidnapping; conspiracy to commit an indictable offence – robbery; conspiracy to commit an indictable offence – trafficking; 10 counts of unauthorized possession of a firearm; unauthorized possession of a prohibited firearm; and possession of a Schedule 1 substance.

This accused was held in custody and is scheduled to appear in Lindsay court on Friday (April 29).

Brooke Travis, 30, of Kawartha Lakes has been charged with accessory after the fact – attempted murder; accessory after the fact – robbery; accessory after the fact – kidnapping;

This accused was released from custody and is scheduled to appear in Lindsay court on June 2.

Mirza Beg, 26, of Pickering has been charged with conspiracy to commit an indictable offence – trafficking and failure to comply with release order.

This accused was held in custody and is scheduled to appear in Lindsay court on Friday (April 29).

Sayed Sharifi, 27, of Pickering has been charged with conspiracy to commit an indictable offence – trafficking and failure to comply with probation order.

This accused was held for a bail hearing and is now scheduled to appear in Lindsay court on June 2.

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