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Friday, 22 July 2011

Police bust two brothers with ties to UN Gang


15:49 |

Abbotsford Police officers and members of the emergency response team arrested two brothers with ties to the UN Gang following a raid at a house in the 31000 block of Wagner Drive on Wednesday.

Officers seized one kilogram of heroin worth an estimated street value of $170,000 inside the house, as well as another two kilograms of heroin following a search of a fully armoured 2001 Ford Expedition on Thursday, said APD Const. Ian MacDonald.

The overall amount of drugs seized could amount to as much as $500,000, or possibly more said MacDonald.

He added both brothers, aged 33 and 35, are well known to police.

"We obviously knew who these guys were and that this was a drug supply house," he said.

"We're not talking about bottom feeders here."

No charges have been laid yet and both are now free from police custody on promise to appear in court at a later date.

MacDonald said one of the brothers was arrested in the fortified SUV and the other brother, who was at a nearby residence surrendered, himself shortly after.

"That's a good day," said MacDonald.

"I can't think of a better example of . . . our ability to make Abbotsford unpleasant and inhospitable for people who are involved in gangs and drugs."

MacDonald confirmed that the house subject to Wednesday's raid was the site of a targeted shooting that took place back in 2007.

However, it hasn't been confirmed yet if either of the two men arrested Wednesday were involved in the 2007 incident.

 


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