EDMONTON -- Six people were charged with more than 100 offences after a 17-year-old boy was shot in north Edmonton a year ago.

In the early hours of Oct. 12, the boy and his friend were outside a business in the area of 127 Avenue and 97 Street when a vehicle with six people drove up, police said.

The people in the vehicle asked the two for their belongings, an argument broke out, and the 17-year-old was shot, EPS said.

The six people fled the scene in the vehicle.

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A year later, police arrested 20-year-old Omarr Cameron-Bramwell, 21-year-old Wahid Mounji, 20-year-old Gabir Fadlelmanan, 19-year-old Alana Kovac, 19-year-old Zinzile Nsingo and 19-year-old Phoenix Liddle.

In total, they’re facing 126 charges related to robbery, assault and firearms.

Four of them — Cameron-Bramwell, Fadlelmanan, Mounji and Kovan — were charged in connection to another shooting that same day.

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