TORONTO (Reuters) - Toronto police have charged a man with three counts of first-degree murder after three people were killed in a crossbow attack on a quiet suburban street, police in Canada's largest city said on Friday.
Brett Ryan, 35, was slated to appear in court later on Friday, police said.
Two men and a woman died at the house in the city's east end on Thursday. Police responding to a stabbing found the three bleeding on the driveway outside a nearby garage.
One of the victims made a 911 call before dying, according to a local newspaper report, and the suspect was also wounded.
(Reporting by Ethan Lou in Toronto; Editing by Dan Grebler)