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Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Game Tight Soldiers:Vancouver gang member arrested at suspected Penticton drug operation


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Vancouver gang member arrested at suspected Penticton drug operation: "Vancouver Police boasted they had 'cut the heart' out of a violent new street gang called the Game Tight Soldiers by arresting its leader and shipping him off to Ontario on Con-Air to face outstanding charges.
But earlier this week, Steven Philip King, 37, was arrested back in B.C. at a Penticton house where police said they found evidence of a drug operation.
King and his co-accused, 27-year-old Kerry James Ellis, made their first appearance in Penticton Provincial Court Tuesday.
Penticton RCMP said officers arrested King at a residence and Ellis a short distance away. Police found a baggie containing eight `spitballs' of crack cocaine with a total weight of 6.7 grams, two sets of digital scales, cash, cellphones, a quantity of unknown pills, and a laptop computer that had RCMP said was stolen in Edmonton.
Sgt. Rick Dellebuur said King has some ties in the Penticton area and is alleged to have been running a dial-a-dope operation.
'He has been back here for a bit,' Dellebuur said. 'He basically has got a bunch of little henchmen working for him.'
Dellebuur said many Penticton residents are not aware that 'big city gangs' are operating in the community and police want to get the word out.
He said there is quite a cocaine trade in the south Okanagan city."


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