A man from Whitby has pleaded guilty to charges in connection with the bombing of a cafe in Woodbridge in June of 2017. 29-year old Spencer Isenor admitted that he used gasoline to douse an entire wall of an industrial plaza near Highway 7 and Weston Rd., creating an explosion at Cafe Corretto. The business was empty at the time. The only injuries occurred to his partner-in-crime Juan Eduardo Monoz of Vaughan. Their getaway car, a black BMW that belonged to Isenor's mother, was buried beneath an avalanche of bricks after the blast. Isenor pleaded guilty to arson and illegal possession of a firearm, a 9 mm Glock pistol that was found during a raid at his home in Whitby. He gave no explanation for the bombing.
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