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Monday, 19 September 2011

Latest shooting in Surrey crime hot spot is gang related


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man with known gang ties remains in critical condition in hospital after a shooting. The man, whose name has not been released, was rushed to hospital Friday night after the shooting in Surrey. RCMP said the man had been shot at 144th Street and 101st Avenue. The area is known for drug trafficking and illegal activity. Surrey RCMP started receiving calls of shots fired around 9: 30 p.m. When police arrived they found a wounded male. An area resident said she heard numerous shots - and wondered if it was part of the gang war that has gripped the province. Sandy Bennett said a helicopter was circling the residential area swamped by a small fleet of RCMP cruisers. "We heard two shots going off," she said. "I ran and grabbed my boys and put them in the bathtub. At that time 10 more shots went off. They were yelling for an ambulance." "All we can see down there are all the cops," Bennett continued. "They're turning everyone around." Despite the victim's ties to gangs, police are not saying it is part of the gang feud that resulted in Jonathan Bacon being killed Aug. 14. Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit Gang Task Force Sgt. Bill Whalen said they think this latest shooting may be isolated and not related to the Bacon murder. "He is known to police and this is gang related," said Whalen of Friday's shooting victim. "But at this moment we don't know the significance of this shooting."


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