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Man charged in Shelburne arson faces charges in Brampton shooting

Orane Byron, 40.
Orane Byron, 40. Photo by HANDOUT /PEEL POLICE

A 40-year-old man previously charged in a recent Shelburne, Ont., arson probe now faces charges in a Brampton shooting.

Peel Police say the shooting happened shortly before 10 a.m. on Jan. 20 in the Candy Cresc.-Major Williams Sharpe Dr. area — east of Chinguacousy Rd. and north of Queen St. W.

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Cops arrived on scene and found a woman who had been shot.

She was taken to a trauma centre with non-life-threatening injuries.


On Feb. 1, investigators from the Intimate Partner Violence Unit arrested and charged Orane Byron in connection with the shooting. He was initially named as a person of interest in the shooting.

He was previously charged in connection with an arson that happened Saturday, Jan. 21 in Shelburne.

Byron faces charges of attempted murder, unauthorized possession of firearm, knowledge of unauthorized possession of firearm, possession of a prohibited/restricted firearm with ammunition, dishcharge firearm with intent, point firearm, weapons dangerous, careless storage of firearm, aggrevated assault, and possession of firearm contract to court order.