OVO Shooting Victims
Published: August 6, 2015
OVO Shooting Victims, A man shot and killed at the Muzik nightclub earlier this week was under house arrest for drug dealing charges in two jurisdictions while he was enjoying the OVO Fest after-party.
Duvel Hibbert was only 23 but court records show he had spent a couple years behind bars for gun possession.
The second person killed when gunfire erupted at the nightclub around 3:20 a.m. Tuesday, Ariela “Ela” Navarro-Fenoy, 26, was “at the wrong place at the wrong time,” her sister said.
“She was truly an innocent victim who was at the wrong place at the wrong time,” Aluen Navarro told the Toronto Sun Wednesday, echoing what Toronto Police said of Navarro-Fenoy.
In an Instagram message, Aluen said she was always able to confide in her big sister.
“You loved me so unconditionally and I loved you just as much — maybe more,” she wrote. “I wish I could’ve been with you in the moments that everything happened.”
“You always ensured me that you’d take a bullet for me, without hesitation. I can promise that I would’ve taken it for you, no questions asked,” Aluen added.
Her brother, Leo Navarro, shared his thoughts on Facebook.
“If you ever got a chance to meet Ela, you would say that she touched your heart, if not she would of taught you to live your life to the fullest,” he wrote, adding his family is grateful for the more than $15,000 in donations to a GoFundMe campaign.
A similar campaign started for Hibbert’s family had garnered $825 in donations by Thursday morning.
“Please help my family and I raise money to give Duvel the send off he deserves,” Angie Striaght-Cash Belle posted on GoFundMe. “Duvel was always there for anyone he cared for. Let’s send him home like a boss.”
But the Brampton man was sentenced in 2011 to three years in prison for possessing a firearm, court documents show. In 2013, OPP issued a Canada-wide warrant for his arrest when he walked away from a halfway house.
Peel Regional Police arrested him for cocaine trafficking in Brampton earlier this year and he was released on bail into his mom’s custody.
A couple of months later, on May 21, Toronto Police arrested Hibbert and three others at a Rexdale home for possessing and trafficking crack cocaine. He was also charged for failing to comply with his prior bail order.
Hibbert was again released on bail, but into his dad’s custody and under house arrest. He was scheduled to appear in Old City Hall court Thursday and Brampton court Aug. 14.
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