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Tuesday, 9 March 2010

'Top 10' list of gangsters in the Fraser Valley.

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"We're going public with our most wanted list," he said.
The list comes as the APD works to cut down on incidents of violent crime, homicide and drug trafficking in 2010.
Department spokesperson Const. Ian MacDonald said police are using a dedicated crime analyst to compile a list of all gang members in the area, and the new gang suppression unit coming on line this spring will spearhead the effort.
MacDonald added the formation of the list is partly a deterrent meant to send a message to criminals.
"We will be arresting those people on the Top 10 list," he said.
The list will feature gang members not living in Abbotsford but who do most of their work here.The APD will share their information with other police departments in the Lower Mainland, said MacDonald.The total number of gangsters will vary since many will not be carded Red Scorpion or UN Gang members. Police will do extensive background checks before releasing information, and will tell the public why each person appears on the list. Gangsters will be listed regardless of where they commute to or from.
"In most jurisdictions in the Lower Mainland, someone who is flagged as a Top 10 gangster in Abbotsford would get people's attention wherever they are."

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