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Sunday, 26 September 2010

Prince George gangster facing several gun-related charges


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Prince George gangster facing several gun-related charges: "Eric James Fike, who Mounties say is an alleged “original gangster” with the Game Tight Soldiers (GTS), was arrested Friday after a five-day sting.
The 30-year-old and an unnamed woman are facing several weapons charges after allegedly being caught trying to retrieve a bag full of weapons and drugs, according to Prince George RCMP.
The bag, which contained two loaded handguns, a Mac 10 submachine-gun and eight ounces of cocaine, was found in a wooded area near the Lower Mud River Bridge.
A search warrant turned up another two ounces of cocaine, 159 “flaps” of heroin and three pounds of marijuana in a home on Gauthier Road.
According to police, forensic evidence on the container the guns were in has been positively identified to another GTS leader, who is also a “Striker” for another gang, the Prince George Renegades."


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