Thursday, December 13, 2018

Surrey RCMP seize 6 kilos of crystal meth



BC Local News is reporting that Surrey RCMP seized six kilograms of methamphetamine when they executed search warrants on Nov. 29 on two different units at a storage units in the 7200-block of 132nd Street." That is significant. No arrests have been made. That is unfortunate.

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  1. Unfortunate yes, but also not surprising from an agency that seems to specialize in NOT arresting drug dealers......some one given to conspiracy theory might be for given for thinking that this was just a regular scheduled sacrifice to "The Gods of Believability"....one wonders how the intell to raid these 2 different but co-locational lockers was generated. If they claim it was an anonymous phone call....1) they're lying and 2) they're dating themselves, such a thing no longer exists.

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    1. Exactly. I wonder if these lockers were also owned by Glen Hehn.

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  2. Yes, one does wonder how they knew what those exact lockers held. if they thought they held drugs, they must have known who owned them. then not to arrest, tad unprofessional. They were doing well with the seizure, but lack of arrests not good at all.

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  3. Bit late reading this one, but the wanted to note the police in Quebec having been just seizing product from the HA there and not arresting or charging anyone. (it's almost like after the huge Sharq fiasco they no longer care to arrest members because of the massive amount of time, effort and money put in to just see the guys get let off due to delays (one can try to imagine the number and amount of law suits by HA for "false imprisonment")). Perhaps they are doing the same thing here?

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    1. Nope. IN BC gang enforcement is compromised. In Quebec it isn't.

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