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Court rules Oliver Karafa should be sent back to Canada to face charges

Warrants were issued for Karafa's arrest, along with his co-accused, Yun Lu Li, following the shooting on Feb. 28

👤 Srimathi Sridharan14 Jan 2022 1:35 PM GMT
Court rules Oliver Karafa should be sent back to Canada to face charges
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Ottawa: A Hungarian court of appeal has ruled Oliver Karafa should be sent back to Canada to face charges of murder and attempted murder in connection with a shooting in Stoney Creek, Ontario.

Warrants were issued for Karafa's arrest, along with his co-accused, Yun (Lucy) Lu Li, following the shooting on Feb. 28 that left Tyler Pratt dead.

The 39-year-old was found shot on Arvin Avenue. A 26-year-old woman was also seriously injured.

The Budapest-Capital Regional Court of Appeal announced its decision in a media released shared Wednesday.

It upheld the decision of the lower court and ruled the conditions for Karafa to be sent back to Canada had been met.