Toronto man is accused of murdering four people in less than three months, marking the conclusion of a lengthy police probe. "If, in fact, he is guilty of the crimes that we allege, this is an individual who has terrorized whole communities," police Chief Bill Blair said Wednesday. Mark Moore, 27, of Toronto was charged with 54 offences, including four first-degree murders. The alleged homicide victims include Jahmeel Spence, Courthney Facey, Mike James and Carl Cole; all were fatally shot between September and November of 2010. While Moore described himself as a gangster, police said there was no evidence linking him to a street gang. Police say Moore was involved in a dispute with Cole, and Spence was a victim of mistaken identity. As for the other two, "there's absolutely no rhyme or reason to why they were killed."
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