Warrant issued for suspect in fatal Noble Park stabbing
Posted January 12, 2016 9:38 am.
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Toronto police have issued a warrant for a suspect in a fatal park stabbing last year.
Ton Quoc Hoang Ngo, who also goes by Tommy Ngo, is wanted on a charge of second-degree murder.
Ngo, now 21, is accused in the death of 23-year-old Russell Sahadeo.
Police say Sahadeo was with his friends in Noble Park, in the area of Jane Street and Eglinton Avenue West, around 12:30 a.m. on Sept. 6.
They were approached by two men and a dispute ensued. Sahadeo was stabbed in the stomach and the two men fled the scene in a car.
Just days later, Marcus Richard Lee, 21, of Toronto, turned himself in to police. He was charged with second-degree murder on Sept. 9.
Police named Ngo a suspect at the time. The warrant was issued on Monday.
Ngo is Asian, five-foot-seven, slim build, short black brush-cut hair that is possibly spiked on the top.
Police are asking if anyone sees him to not approach but to call 911.