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Friday, 11 July 2008

Busted three individuals associated with gang activity


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Chilliwack RCMP busted three individuals associated with gang activity Wednesday evening, and, in the process, found a stash of drugs and drug paraphernalia as well as some unusual weapons at a local home.The Crime Reduction Unit noticed an apparent drug sale taking place near the intersection of Young Road and Hocking Avenue at 7:10 p.m. on July 9. They apprehended the three suspects on charges of trafficking in a controlled substance and also obtained a search warrant for a residence associated with the individuals.Police conducted a search of a home at the 46300 block of Chilliwack Central Road where they found various equipment likely being used to prepare drugs for sale on the street.
That would be things like scales, baggies, materials to cut drugs," RCMP spokesperson Const. Lea-Anne Dunlop said.Investigators also found approximately 11 grams of heroin, equalling about 110 street buys, and approximately 30 grams of crack cocaine, which amounts to about 150 street buys, at the residence. The police estimate the value of the drugs to be about $4,700.During the search, they also recovered a crossbow and a prohibited sword cane.The Chilliwack RCMP Crime Reduction Unit is focusing on several organized crime and gang members related to drug trade in the area, a business they estimate is tied to approximately 90 per cent of all property crime in the community. Police also say the three arrested during Wednesday's bust are likely part of this network."The three individuals are known to police and are known to have organized crime associations," Dunlop said.The three were in custody at press time and expected to appear in provincial court in Chilliwack.


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