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Valentine pleads guilty to Toronto's Creba murder

By KJ Mullins     Dec 22, 2009 in Crime
Jeremiah Valentine has plead guilty to the charge of second-degree murder in the Jane Creba case. Valentine, 27, admitted his involvement in a shootout that cut down Creba on Boxing Day in 2005 in Toronto.
Young Jane Creba, 15, was shopping with her mother and sister when shoots rang out. In the aftermath of the gunfire she laid dying on the pavement in front of the Foot Locker on Yonge Street.
Valentine will be sentenced to life in prison. It is not known at this time how many years he must serve before he is eligible for parole reports CP24 News.
Jorrell Simpson-Rowe was sentenced to life in prison in April for his part of the Creba case. He was convicted of second-degree murder, two counts of aggravated assault and five weapons charges. Simpson-Rowe was just 17 at the time of the shooting. He was sentenced as an adult and must serve at least seven years before he can come up before the parole board.
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