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Thursday, 21 May 2009

Dilun Heng United Nations gang member, who was wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for conspiracy to commit murder, turned himself in

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United Nations gang member, who was wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for conspiracy to commit murder, turned himself in to authorities Wednesday.Dilun Heng is charged with conspiring to kill Abbotsford's Bacon brothers and their associates in the Red Scorpions gang, according to a news release.Heng is the last person to be arrested after police announced the charges against eight UN gang members and their associates on Friday.Dilun Heng turned himself in to Vancouver Provincial Court Sheriffs. His surrender means Lower Mainland police have now arrested all five of the alleged gang members wanted on charges of plotting to kill the notorious Bacon brothers.
Heng was considered to be armed and dangerous. Police announced Friday that five additional United Nations gang members or associates now face charges of conspiracy to murder Jonathan, Jamie and Jarrod Bacon as well as their associates.Besides Heng, police named senior UN members Daniel Ronald Russell as well as members or associates Soroush Ansari, Yong Sung John Lee and John William Croitoru.
The four were located and arrested shortly after the announcement.New charges were also laid against three other alleged UN members already in jail – Barzan Tilli-Choli, Karwan Ahmet Saed and Aram Ali, who are accused of plotting to wipe out the Bacons.The new charges are related to the May 2008 killing of a car stereo installer who was driving a Bacon vehicle, police said.Jamie Bacon and other associates are in jail awaiting trial on murder charges in connection with the 2007 "Surrey Six" slayings.

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