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Wednesday, 5 May 2010

InsideToronto Article: Police make multiple arrests in early-morning raids

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InsideToronto Article: Police make multiple arrests in early-morning raids: "Project Corral, which began in August in response to a spike in violent crime, focused on the Falstaff Crips and the Five Point Generals.
Police seized 19 firearms, $30,000 cash, $10,500 in casino cheques, more than 10,000 ecstasy pills, cocaine, crack cocaine, marijuana, hashish oil, diamonds, body armour and motor vehicles.
The investigation uncovered that a third gang, the Shower Posse, controlled the Falstaff Crips and the Five Point Generals by supplying them with narcotics and weapons. 'We've actually tapped into them (Shower Posse) quite well during this investigation through the contacts with the Falstaff Crips and the Five Point Generals,' Staff Insp. Mike Earl told reporters during a Tuesday afternoon news conference at police headquarters. 'As a result of us identifying the Shower Posse we ended up seizing cocaine and identifying cocaine coming in from Panama, Dominican Republic and United States"

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