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Thursday, 6 May 2010

Oliver “Twinky” Willis — arrested during Project XXX in 2006 — as a source of firearms for two of the three gangs targeted this week

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Familiar faces appear in gangs sweep - "Oliver “Twinky” Willis — arrested during Project XXX in 2006 — as a source of firearms for two of the three gangs targeted this week: Five Point Generals (5PG) and Falstaff Crips, both based in northwest Toronto.
Bail hearings began Wednesday.
Acquitted of murder in 2003, Willis was arrested on Feb. 27 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, along with two other Canadians for his alleged role in a scheme to import 72 kilograms of cocaine into Canada."Police intercepted phone calls with Willis allegedly talking about “his Italian associates flying him out for a bit, and that it was a business trip,” according to court documents. Another call purportedly has him talking about picking up his passport, while another has him calling a woman back in Toronto to tell her how nice his room was.“He went on to state that the men were out of control with $30,000 earrings and $70,000 Rolex watches,” according to the allegations.Described by police as the brains behind the Jamestown Crips, Willis, 30, sports two tear drop tattoos under his left eye and the words “the world is mine” on his upper right arm. This week police laid new charges against him including instruct for a criminal organization and firearms offences.

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