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Saturday, 19 June 2010

Jamaican gang linked to Toronto crime


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Jamaican gang linked to Toronto crime: "men from the Shower Posse, which originated in the western Kingston community of Tivoli Gardens, and members of other gangs were held in a sweep that involved 1,000 officers who conducted 105 simultaneous searches in the Greater Toronto Area and as far as Ottawa.
A spike in violence in the city’s northwest had prompted a police investigation, dubbed Project Corral, which began in August last year and led to this week’s arrests.
“The investigation identified members of the Falstaff Crips and the Five Point Generals. They allegedly trafficked in cocaine and marijuana at street level and were responsible for firearms trafficking and possession of firearms between various gang members. As a result of the investigation into the Falstaff Crips and the Five Point Generals, it emerged that members of the Shower Posse were allegedly controlling gangs within Toronto,” said a statement from the Toronto Police Service.
“The investigation showed the Shower Posse was allegedly responsible for a significant part of the drug trade, not only in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area, but as far north as Sault Ste. Marie, west to Windsor and east to Ottawa.”"


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