VIDEO: Charges laid in 2017 Langley fatal shooting – Aldergrove Star

VIDEO: Charges laid in 2017 Langley fatal shooting - Aldergrove Star
Man charged in deadly shooting outside Browns Socialhouse in Langley
Homicide investigators announced Tuesday that David Tull had been charged with first-degree murder, attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder.

Pictured is Tyler Pastuck, killed in Langley on June 9, 2017. On Tuesday, police announced David Tull had been charged with first-degree murder in Pastuck's death.

Mulligan-Brum also faces a separate charge of counseling someone to commit the murder of a woman who was charged in connection with a raid on a White Rock home where police found weapons, ammunition and cash. The charges against the woman were later stayed, but the incident made headlines.

Homicide investigators announced Tuesday that David Tull had been charged with first-degree murder, attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder.

Tyler Pastuck was killed outside the Browns Socialhouse restaurant near Willowbrook Mall just before midnight on June 9, 2017. He was found dead at the scene, but a companion had gone back into the restaurant after the shooting.

Charges laid in 2017 fatal shooting in Langley

Tyler Pastuck, 31, was found shot to death on June 9, 2017, at Browns Social House on 200th Street near the Langley Bypass. Kyle Gianis was found injured.

Tull's co-accused in the alleged conspiracy is Steven Mulligan-Brum, who made headlines in 2010 when he fired two shots at a group of teens he believed had slashed the tires on his BMW, killing 16-year-old Adem Aliu.

Pastuck was convicted of manslaughter for a fatal beating outside his Campbell River townhouse in February 2010 and had a record of several assault convictions.

David Tull also faces charges of attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder in relation to a second man who was shot but survived, homicide investigators said Tuesday.

Gianis was convicted in 2008 of smuggling materials for making methamphetamine into Washington state and sentenced to 13 years. He was transferred to a Canadian jail in 2012 and paroled in 2013.

In addition to the conspiracy to commit murder charge, he and Mulligan-Brum are also charged in a separate case with conspiring to commit kidnapping in September 2018.

Tull is charged with first-degree murder for Pastuck’s death and attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder for the injury of the second man. Tull remains in custody and will appear in B.C. provincial court May 14.

Before Mulligan-Brum completed his sentence, parole board officials expressed concern about a troubling "level of arrogance and disregard for the law".

Gunshots rang out in the area of Browns Socialhouse in Langley, B.C. just before midnight on June 9, 2017.

A man is facing a first-degree murder charge in the death of a 31-year-old man who was gunned down outside a Langley restaurant in 2017.

Nearly two years after a man was gunned down outside a popular restaurant in Langley, a suspect has been charged in the murder.

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The victim, 31-year-old Tyler Pastuck, was shot to death outside Browns Socialhouse on 200th Street shortly before midnight on June 9, 2017.

The brazen attack also put a second man in hospital with life-threatening injuries, but he managed to pull through.

A man has been charged in connection with a 2017 shooting that claimed the life of one man and sent another to hospital in Langley.

On Tuesday, the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team announced several charges have been approved against suspect David Tull, including one count of first-degree murder.

"This was a fast moving and highly complex investigation. All the investigators involved are commended for their dedication and perseverance," Cpl. Frank Jang of IHIT said in a news release.

IHIT said Tull is also charged with attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder, both related to the attack on the second victim who survived.

After the shooting, Browns Socialhouse patrons described being inside the restaurant when stray bullets suddenly burst through the window, causing a sudden panic to break out. Fortunately, no guests or staff members were injured.

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