TORONTO —A 28-year-old man has been arrested and is facing six charges in the death of a construction worker.
Toronto police say the worker was killed on Oct. 12 while working at a site in the east end of the city.
They allege a BMW drove into the construction zone, striking the 41-year-old worker and killing him.
Police allege the driver of the BMW fled the scene and abandoned the vehicle.
Police say they've identified the driver as 28-year-old Jovon Henry of Pickering, Ont.
Henry's charges include criminal negligence causing death, flight causing death and possession of property obtained by crime.