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Friday, 11 June 2010

Arrest a 'message to UN gangster'


19:24 |

Arrest a 'message to UN gangster': "Abbotsford police say they've sent a message to a prominent UN Gang member with the arrest of one of his associates.
Officers arrested three people and seized $26,000 worth of cocaine, heroin and the painkiller Percocet from an apartment in the 33900-block Essendene Avenue late Tuesday afternoon.
Two people, a 21-year-old man and a 31-year-old woman, are facing drug charges, while a 35-year-old man is facing both drug and impaired-driving charges after returning to the apartment on a motorcycle and refusing to give a breath sample.
The second man is an associate of a well-known UN Gang member, Abbotsford Const. Ian MacDonald said Wednesday.
Both men are named on the APD's hit list of more than 130 gangsters living and doing business in Abbotsford, say police, who did not release the names of those arrested."


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