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Sunday, 3 May 2009

Billy Ly and Danny Ngoc Nguyen "kill kits" of weaponry and body armour charged with more than 50 weapons-related offences


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Two reputed gangsters arrested with so-called "kill kits" of weaponry and body armour, won't learn until next week whether he'll be free pending trial.Provincial court Judge Les Grieve yesterday reserved his decision on an application to release Danny Ngoc Nguyen on bail. Grieve imposed a publication ban on submissions during the lengthy hearing at the request of defence lawyer John James. James is seeking the same freedom for Nguyen as his co-accused received more than a week ago, when Billy Ly was released on $15,000 cash, or a $25,000 surety. Both Ly and Nguyen were arrested April 1, when police, responding to an unrelated complaint of armed teens in Carburn Park in the Riverbend area, saw a group of five men sprint into a nearby yard. In a silver GMC Safari van, police found a cache of weapons -- including an HK assault rifle and four sets of body armour -- and five sets of clothing changes, including sneakers, track pants, hoodies bandanas and gloves.
At the time police Insp. Richard Hinse said the weapons were "all fully loaded," some in plain view.
Ly, 24, and Nguyen, 22, were charged with more than 50 weapons-related offences, while the other three have been released pending further investigation.

Nguyen remains at the Calgary Remand Centre pending Grieve's ruling.


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