Winnipeg police have located and charged a second suspect in a May 15 shooting incident. On Friday, Clifford John Jobb, 27, was arrested and charged for his alleged involvement in a multiple shooting in the North End. Police said Jobb was arrested in the Elmwood area and is charged with seven crimes, including attempt to commit murder using a firearm, careless use of a firearm, weapon, prohibited device or ammunition and the unauthorized possession of a firearm in a motor vehicle.

On May 15, Winnipeg police responded to a shooting in which three of five victims were shot while inside a car near Magnus Avenue and Aikins Street. Police determined two male suspects in another car had discharged a shotgun in the direction of the victims. The injured victims fled to a hospital and received treatment for their injuries. All are in stable condition.

The first suspect, 18-year-old Bryce Alexander Keating, was located in a residence on College Avenue June 2. Keating was charged with eight crimes including possession of a weapon, attempt to commit murder using a firearm and pointing a firearm.

The two males have been remanded into custody.