Kensington Park Gang Arrests update

KensingtonPark_carbineOne of two men arrested by Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit has pled guilty to charges relating to the possession of two loaded automatic rifles found in a Jeep Cherokee in Kensington Park on October, 27, 2010.

Pedram Taromi Nejad SHIRAZI, 27, was sentenced to five years in prison on one count of possession of two AR15 assault rifles, and one year concurrent on one count of possession of a firearm while prohibited.

bc-101028-kensington-park2“We are extremely pleased that another gun-toting gangster is off the street,” said Superintendent Tom McCluskie who leads CFSEU’s Gang Task Force. “Our focus is and remains public safety and as long as we are taking guns off the street and putting those who use them, in jail, we are happy. Every single time we take even one gun off the street, it reduces the number of guns available for gangs and gang members to use.”

Co-accused, Christopher ISER will go to trial later this month.

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