Man arrested for shooting granted day parole

Mohamed Salad’s prison sentence has been greatly reduced.

pexels-photo-690800.jpegBack in January 2016, Salad was arrested at Calgary’s Ten X nightclub after firing three bullets at the club. The incident occurred after Salad has caused a commotion in the club, and security had him removed. Salad returned soon after and fired three shots, one hit a man named Kenneth Duru in the abdomen, breaking his ribs. The second shot grazed a man’s arm as the third hit the wall.

Salad was handed a seven year prison sentence on October 3, 2016, but has since been granted day parole for what the prison employees call “Great behavior behind bars.”

Salad is eligible for full parole in September of 2020.

-Christian Oldale