Jan 25, 2013
By Scott Walker
Residents in the Kennedy-Clarence area of Brampton are coming to terms with the senseless killing of a nine year old boy.
Kesean Williams died after a single bullet pierced the living room window of his family’s home on Ardglen Drive on Wednesday night.
Investigators say the home was targeted. But they don’t think anyone in the Williams family was an intended victim. The family had only moved in a week ago, so police want to question the previous tenants and other who may have frequented the home.
The flag at Winston Churchill Public School, where Kesean was a grade four student, is flying at half mast.