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Charges Laid Against Okanagan Man Allegedly Making And Possessing Explosives

Charges have been laid against a 36-year-old Okanagan man following his arrest last September for allegedly possessing and making explosive devices.

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Gang Associate Sentenced to Four Years in Jail for Possession of Illegal Firearms

A Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of BC (CFSEU-BC) investigation has resulted in a Kelowna man being sentenced to four years in jail after he was found in possession of illegal firearms and ammunition.

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Prince George Search Warrant Results In Significant Gun Seizure

An investigation by the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia’s (CFSEU-BC) North District office has resulted in a significant seizure of guns, ammunition, and prohibited firearms-related devices.

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Update: Gang Associate Charged for Possession of Drugs

Criminal charges have now been laid against an alleged Vancouver Island drug trafficker following his arrest in January by police as a result of an investigation by the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of BC’s Vancouver Island office. 

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Charges Now Laid Against Two Southern Vancouver Island Men Arrested In June 2013 Drug Bust

Criminal charges have now been laid against two alleged high-level Vancouver Island drug traffickers following their arrest last June in an investigation led by the Vancouver Island team of the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia.

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Two sentenced after manslaughter guilty plea in 2011 homicide

Two of the six accused in the 2011 homicide of Dain Phillips pleaded guilty to manslaughter last week and were sentenced today.

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CFSEU-BC unveils forfeited drug SUV to fight gangs

 

The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia is proud to be able to unveil its latest tool in the fight to end gang life in British Columbia.

Beginning today, CFSEU-BC will be using a specially wrapped BMW X5 at community events, school talks, and public engagement initiatives across the province to generate conversations about gangs, and gang prevention, as well as to educate people about gang violence in British Columbia.  The vehicle will be an integral part of CFSEU-BC's community outreach initiatives, some of which include the recently released End Gang Life gang prevention and education public service announcement campaign, school talks and presentations, and CFSEU-BC's annual Community Report.

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Two Gang Associates Arrested and Charged Following CFSEU-BC Investigation

Two gang associates of the former Dhak/Duhre and UN Gang alliance were recently charged by Crown Counsel following an investigation by the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia.

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Gang Associate Arrested for Possession of Drugs

A vehicle stop on Vancouver Island resulted in the arrest of a gang associate for possession of drugs.

On the evening of January 3rd, 2014, a 40-year old male was arrested in Sidney, British Columbia after the Vancouver Island RCMP Emergency Response Team, at the request of the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit Island District office, executed a vehicle stop to facilitate his arrest.

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Guns Seized After Courtenay Man Arrested For Firearms-Related Offences

The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia (CFSEU-BC), the province’s integrated anti-gang police unit, has arrested a 31-year-old Courtenay man and seized a number of firearms and weapons following a CFSEU-BC-led investigation that concluded on December 19th.

Last month, CFSEU-BC received information that the Courtenay resident, who has links to at least one Vancouver Island organized crime group, was allegedly actively selling drugs and in possession of firearms. During the investigation, it was discovered that the man was allegedly in contravention of regulations specific to his firearms license.

Investigators from CFSEU-BC’s mainland and Vancouver Island offices collaborated and following the month-long investigation into the man’s alleged criminal activities arrested him without incident on December 19th.

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