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Tuesday, 20 January 2009

Fresh Off the Boat gang involved in a bloody battle with a rival gang


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Three alleged members of a street gang involved in a bloody battle with a rival gang have been denied bail.Court of Queen's Bench Associate Chief Justice Neil Wittmann detained Chantha Kim and brothers Marcel and Daniel Landry following a lengthy bail hearing on Monday.Crown prosecutor Shane Parker argued for the trio's detention. Lawyer David Chow, who represents the Landrys, and Steve Virk, who represents Kim, sought their clients' release.Details of the hearing cannot be revealed because of a court-ordered publication ban.The three men, all alleged members of the FOB Killers gang, were previously ordered released by provincial court Judge Heather Lamoureux on Dec. 18, but Wittmann quashed her order.The three men, along with Shaun Roberts and a 17-year-old male, each face four counts of attempted murder, four counts of discharging a firearm with intention to endanger life and two other weapons charges related to the Nov. 16 gun battle in the 200 block of Centre Street S.Roberts and the youth were also ordered released before Christmas.Police said the shooting started when the occupants of an SUV pulled up alongside a car and opened fire.
Two of the four wounded occupants in the smaller vehicle have been identified through court documents as Hans Eastgaard and Timothy Chan--both long associated with the Fresh Off the Boat gang.Matthew Chubak, who was also in that vehicle, was shot to death last Tuesday.Police say 21 people have been killed since members of FOB split in a dispute over drug profits and became known as the FOB Killers.The Landrys, Kim and Roberts will be back in court on Friday.


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