Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Two men accused of blowing up Vaughan cafe

After the explosion, an injured 33-year-old man was found among the bricks and pieces of slot machines sent flying by the blast.
When a wall was blown out of Caffé Corretto on June 29, York Regional Police were quick to deem the explosion “suspicious.” The Corretto was one of 11 Italian cafes and social clubs raided by a special anti-organized crime unit as part of a crackdown on illegal gaming houses six months earlier.
Juan Eduardo Munoz, of Toronto, was taken to hospital for medical treatment, then later charged with arson and public mischief. Spencer Isenor, of Pickering, is now also charged with arson, breaking-and-entering, and an assortment of firearms offences.
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