Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Wolf Pack Drug bust in the DTES

Update: 2 Wolfpack members turn themselves in

Well it looks like miracles do still happen after all. It must be a blue moon. I wonder if this has anything to do with the new mayor of Vancouver giving the police a new mandate.

CTV is reporting that "A B.C. task force says charges have been laid against six people who are believed to have been trafficking drugs as part of an organized crime group. The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia (CFSEU-BC) says in July 2020, it began an investigation into alleged drug trafficking activities in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside that the unit says involves The Wolfpack organized crime group. Investigators say it led to “a number of” suspects and locations that were identified through October 2020 and May 2021."

"Through the investigation, police seized seven firearms, over 1,000 rounds of ammunition, 10 kilograms of fentanyl, three kilograms of cocaine, six kilograms of methamphetamine, 72 kilograms of cutting agents, $160,000 in cash, and three vehicles."

10 kilos of fentanyl, 6 kilo of crystal meth and 3 kilos of cocaine is huge. The CFSEU has done this kind of a drug bust since forever. "Police say Vinod Kanna Aruldevarajan, Hemen Hewa Saed, and Howjeen Saed have been arrested. But police are still looking for three other suspects that have yet to be arrested. Roger Alfredo Bardales Medina, 30, faces eight criminal charges related to weapons, drugs, and involvement with organized crime."

"Diego Maradona Saed, 23, faces eight charges in relation to organized crime involvement, drug trafficking, weapons and possession. Joseph Ebert Charles Lowley has not been located and is facing one charge for possession for the purpose of trafficking. Police say Diego Saed, Lowley and Medina, have not been found and are wanted on arrest warrants."

This is what the CFSEU is supposed to do but hasn't done since 2012. This happened after their CI Damion Ryan was busted in Ontario by a different agency. Damion Ryan was in charge of the drug in the DTES and wasn't touched by the CFSEU. The Wolf Pack killed Anees Mohammad, the UN did not. Just sayn what I said about the Wolf Pack in the DTES was true.
BTW a coupe of the old revolvers they seized look pretty funny. They'e pretty beat up. One looks like a spud gun. The new semiautomatic looks similar to the Masada. I held a .30 cal Smith and Wesson that had the same kind of handle. That was nice.

Come to think of it, the timing of this bust is somewhat suspicious. It's hard not to think that Damion Ryan gave up some of the guys who work for him that he saw as a threat to his leadership in exchange for a get out of jail free card. That's how he was allowed to do business there for so long. After all, that is how the Cub Pack roll - on the people they hire.


  1. Just think of how many fentynal ODs were actually pre meditated murder.

    1. Many many - that's just a normal part of the opioid game. Killer dope is good for business.


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