Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Heroin bust leads to Vernon man



Castanet is reporting that Ronald Charles Learning from Vernon is facing numerous charges following a large drug bust in Vancouver. On Jan. 8, a large quantity of heroin originating from Thailand was intercepted by Canada Border Services Agency air cargo officers at Vancouver International Airport. CBSA referred the matter to the RCMP, whose investigation led them to a Vernon residence belonging to Ronald Charles Learning.

Castanet is also reporting that Learning was charged with conspiracy to import cocaine October 2011 in that cocaine bust involving the Edmonton Angels (51) that extended to Saskatchewan.

5 comments:

  1. I went to high school with ron. He was popular. Not the nicest guy. But not a problem for anyone either. Its sad to hear ppl I grew up with r gonna be spending a long time in prison.

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    1. Indeed the money is a huge temptation. Yet a lot of people get hurt as a result of pedaling that kind of poison.

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  2. Do all these gangsters take selfies of themselves in the mirror?

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    1. Selfies in the mirror are indeed the epitome of pathetic.

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  3. Yes no doubt a lot of hurt to a lot of communities would have been the price paid had the load gotten to its destination. At the same time. Addicts r gonna get high one way or another. Drug crimes r sorta messed up. Really what we have here is a brutal job market in the okanagan that pays ppl nothing. Any one with any ambition goes to alberta. Or sells dope. Ron was doing pretty well for himself. Nice house. Fancy cars. As for the handguns. I'm not sure that should even be a crime. Ppl ought to be allowed to defend themselves in there own home.

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