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Thursday, 3 February 2011

Suspect in gangland killings could be in Niagara

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Suspect in gangland killings could be in Niagara - Welland Tribune - Ontario, CA: "Royal Canadian Mounted Police issued an arrest warrant for Cory 'Frankie' Vallee, 34, alleging he and other members of the United Nations Gang killed two members of a rival gang in notorious B.C. shootings dating back to May 2008 and February 2009.

Vallee is also accused of the attempted murder of a bystander who was injured at one of the shootings and conspiracy to commit murder of rival gangsters.

Several members of the UN Gang are in custody facing charges in the killings, but officers with the RCMP's Integrated Homicide Investigation Team haven't yet been able to track down Vallee.

While he moved out west from St. Catharines years ago, police believe it's possible he might seek refuge in the area.

'We're not certain he's there. We're thinking he may be there. He's from there and still has links there,' Cpl. Dale Carr said Friday in a phone interview from Vancouver.

'Criminals are sometimes like boomerangs — they return to where they're from.'

Carr said a brutal spate of violence between gangs — including the UN Gang and the Red Scorpions, among others — raged on the streets of Lower Mainland a couple of years ago."

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