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141 search warrants over several months.   Criminals on the Run

Started Oct-30 by Gonghis (GonghisKhan); 97 views.

Police said that officers carried out 141 search warrants over several months.

A total of 31 firearms were seized, along with seven kilograms of cocaine, two kilograms of fentanyl, two kilograms of crystal methamphetamine and other street drugs, as well as $300,000 in currency. Deputy Chief Brian Bigras of the York Regional Police said that the size of the seizures was indicative of how widespread and dangerous the alleged gang was.

Police dismantle far-reaching alleged Toronto gang, arrest more than 100 people

TORONTO -- A year-long investigation that began as a probe into an alleged Toronto gang has led to more than 100 arrests across Ontario for crimes that include murder, drug trafficking and firearms offences, police said Thursday.

Toronto police said the operation -- dubbed Project Sunder --  dismantled the Eglinton West Crips, which was allegedly involved in criminal activity as far as Thunder Bay, Ont. Police said they had made 114 arrests and expected about 800 criminal charges to be laid in the ongoing investigation that began in September 2019.

While Toronto police led the probe, the investigation also involved forces in Waterloo, York Region, Peel Region, Durham Region, Thunder Bay, and the provincial police.

Chief Supt. Paul Mackey of the Ontario Provincial Police said that collaboration between so many forces was necessary to combat a criminal organization of this size.

 The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 29, 2020.

John Chidley-Hill


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