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Monday, 11 May 2009

Curlew Devon Moulton, 35, aka Skellion and Tall Man,alleged Toronto gang member arrived in bloodsoaked bandages to seek medical treatment


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Toronto Police officers from 31 Division were called to interview gunshot victim Curlew Devon Moulton, 35, aka Skellion and Tall Man, at Humber River Regional Hospital on April 22, a day after he returned from Jamaica. won't be charged by police after flying to Canada in bloodsoaked bandages to seek medical treatment hours after being shot in a gunfight in Jamaica that left one man dead.
Moulton, a Canadian citizen who's well known to Toronto Police, is reportedly a member of the Boys in the Woods gang in North Etobicoke. Moulton was shot several times in his foot April 21 in a gunfight outside Kingston, Jamaica, police said.
One man was killed in what Jamaican police call an "unsolved drive-by shooting." Moulton placed bandages on his wounds and boarded a flight to Pearson airport, where he was detained for two hours by Canada Customs agents and then released, officials said. No charges were laid. Const. Tony Vella said police were called by hospital staff because the patient was a gunshot victim. "We responded to the hospital regarding a person who was shot," Vella said yesterday. "The person was interviewed by our officers." No charges were laid since the man appeared to be a victim in the shooting, Vella said


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