Sudbury Rainbow Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of a man police say was involved in the April 21 shooting at Overtime Sports Bar on Notre Dame Avenue that left a man dead.
During the evening of April 21, Greater Sudbury Police said multiple men were involved in a verbal altercation at the sports bar. The group was ejected from the bar, but according to a statement issued by the owner of Overtime Sports Bar, a group involved in the altercation returned a short while later and fatally shot 22-year-old Joe Cabigon.
Incidentally, the pickup truck GSPS said was used as the getaway vehicle in the shooting was seized by police late last month. Not only was the truck used in the Overtime shooting, GSPS alleges, it was also used in the commission of several other crimes.
One arrest has already been made in relation to the murder of Cabigon. On April 29, the 16-year-old young offender police allege was the shooter was arrested in Toronto.
However, another suspect, 19-year-old Noah Singh, is still at large.
Crime Stoppers is offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to his arrest.
GSPS have said their investigation found Singh, who was on court-imposed conditions at the time, was at Overtime with the alleged 16-year-old shooter on the night of the killing and was involved in the murder.
“Noah Singh is believed to have fled the Sudbury area and his whereabouts are unknown,” Crime Stoppers stated this week. “Do not approach Singh as he is a dangerous person.”
He is facing 11 charges, including:
- First degree murder (party to offence)
- Conspiracy to commit murder
- Utter threats
- Possess weapon for dangerous purpose
- Possess firearm knowing the serial number has been tampered with
- Carry concealed weapon
- Unauthorized possession of a restricted firearm
- Unauthorized possession of a weapon
- Possession of a restricted firearm with ammunition
- Possess firearm or ammunition contrary to prohibition order (2 counts)
- Fail to comply with sentence
Singh, 19, is described as standing 5-5 and weighing 115 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.
None of the allegations have been tested in court and the accused is considered innocent unless proven guilty.
Anyone with information is urged to call the Crime Stoppers tip line at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or 705-222-TIPS. You must call the number to be eligible for the cash reward. Tips can also be submitted online at SudburyCrimeStoppers.com.