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Friday, 1 March 2013

Gang associate Jujhar Singh Khun-Khun arrested


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Gangster charged in Bacon hit wanted dead or alive for years
 

Gang associate Jujhar Singh Khun-Khun (above 2007), was arrested in Abbotsford in connection to a September drive-by shooting on Bradner Road outside of Brian "Shrek" Dhaliwal's family home in Abbotsford, was critically wounded in a targeted shooting in Surrey on Tuesday.

Photograph by: File photo, Jason Payne, PNG , for Abbotsford Times

Jujhur Khun-Khun has been a wanted man on two fronts for years.

Police have nabbed the 25-year-old Surrey man on a number of charges that culminated in a first-degree murder charge announced Monday in connection with the shooting death of Jonathan Bacon.

Rivals have twice attempted to kill Khun-Khun, and his fiancé died under mysterious circumstances.

On Sept. 16, 2011, Khun-Khun and Sukh Dhak, the highest-ranking members of the Dhak-Duhre group, were shot at in Surrey in the 10100-block 144th Avenue as they left a birthday party.

Khun-Khun was shot 10 times — once through the heart — and survived, thanks to a combat-trained surgeon who had just returned from Afghanistan. Dhak escaped on foot uninjured.

On Jan. 15, 2013, Khun-Khun once again survived as he and Dhak associate Manjinder Hairan were shot in Surrey in the 12600-block 112B Avenue

Khun-Khun was shot several times but escaped death a second time. He managed to drive himself to hospital. Hairan died at the scene.

Police have been busy with Khun-Khun as well.

In October 2007 he was handed a 18-month suspended sentence on three counts of fraud and possession/use of a stolen credit card.

An intriguing mystery also occurred in October 2007, when his fiancé, Sukhvir Kaur Grewal, 19, allegedly fell to her death from a truck Khun-Khun was driving.

Khun-Khun is recovering from his latest brush with death January 15, and now faces a first-degree murder charge.





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