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Two Well-Known Gang Associates Facing Drug & Gun Charges

Two 32-year-old men, both of whom are very well-known to police for associations to gangs and for past criminal conviction, have been arrested and charged with a number of firearms and drug-related offences by the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia (CFSEU-BC).

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UN Gang Associate Facing Numerous Charges Following Arrest Near Dawson Creek

The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia’s (CFSEU-BC) North District office, in collaboration with the Dawson Creek RCMP and with the help of numerous North District police resources, have arrested a United Nations (UN) gang associate and discovered a cache of stolen property along with drugs, cash, and a gun on a rural Dawson Creek property.

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CFSEU-BC's 2014 Community Report

2013 saw the CFSEU-BC dramatically expand its prevention and education efforts with the launch of a major public gang prevention and awareness campaign that, in addition to the campaign products, to date has resulted in gang awareness presentations to thousands of youth across B.C. In January 2013, the CFSEU-BC announced a major break in the murder of Red Scorpion gangster, Jonathan Bacon, who was gunned down in Kelowna in August of 2011, with the announcement that there had been the arrests of three men. Jujhar Khun-Khun, Michael Kerry Hunter Jones, and Jason Thomas McBride were charged with the first degree murder of Jonathan Bacon, as well as four counts of attempted murder. It was a tireless investigation that is far from over.

Attached below is CFSEU-BC's 2014 Community Report.

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Charges Laid Against Alleged Firearms Trafficker

A number of firearms-related charges have been laid against a 37-year-old Langley man following a joint Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of B.C. (CFSEU-BC) and United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (US ATF) investigation into his alleged criminal activities. In May 2014 the US ATF’s Tucson office approached the CFSEU-BC requesting assistance on a firearms-related investigation involving a Canadian citizen living in British Columbia. The B.C. man was suspected of selling Glock auto sears and switches, gun parts which convert Glock pistols to fully automatic and silencers via the internet.

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Two Gang-Involved Men Arrested In CFSEU-BC Drug Trafficking Investigation

One man from Vancouver and one from Vancouver Island have been arrested and over a kilogram of cocaine seized following a multi-jurisdictional Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of BC (CFSEU-BC) investigation.

In early 2014, CFSEU-BC’s Vancouver Island office began an investigation into the alleged drug dealing activities of a former member of the Dhak-Duhre crime group who was residing in Vancouver and his Vancouver Island-based lieutenant. Both were suspected of controlling and actively running multiple drug lines in the Greater Victoria and Nanaimo area.

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Gang-Related Arrests & Searches Yield Close To $400,000 In Drugs

A variety of drugs, totaling close to $400,000 in wholesale prices, have been seized and three men arrested following a Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of BC (CFSEU-BC) investigation into the alleged gang-related activities of members of the Langley-based “856” gang.

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CFSEU-BC Partners with KPU to Release New Gang Prevention Booklet

Gang crime is a problem plaguing society. After years of research and collaboration between the Kwantlen Polytechnic University Acting Together – Community University Research Alliance (AT-CURA), various police agencies, and community partners across British Columbia, prevention methods have been developed and implemented throughout the province to discourage youth from joining gangs and to inform parents and the public of warning signs.

The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of BC (CFSEU-BC), in partnership with the AT-CURA Project (www.actingtogether.ca) and the South Asian Community Coalition Against Youth Violence (SACCAYV) would like to announce the launch of a new handbook titled Understanding Youth and Gangs – A Parent Resource.

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Charges Laid In Comox Valley Firearms Investigation

Charges have been laid by Crown Counsel in a CFSEU-BC-led investigation that resulted in the arrest of a Courtenay man and the seizure of a number of firearms and weapons on December 19th, 2013.

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Pair Charged With Drug & Firearms Offences

A combination of firearms and drug-related charges have been laid against a 28-year-old Surrey man and a 23-year-old Surrey woman following a 2013 Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of BC (CFSEU-BC) investigation into their alleged criminal activities.

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Prince George Man Charged Following Firearms-Related Arrest

A 22-year-old Prince George man who is well-known to police and several of his associates were arrested this past weekend after allegedly discharging firearms in a rural gravel pit near Prince George and then fleeing in a vehicle.

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