Saturday, September 19, 2020

Another man tied to Musitano-Barberi mob killings found dead in Mexico

A second man connected to the 2017 killings of Angelo Musitano in Hamilton and Mila Barberi in Vaughan was found dead this summer in Mexico, investigators say. (CP24)

Gangster who killed Hells Angel denied parole

A gangster who shot to death his prominent Hells Angel pal after an all-night, drug fuelled party in 2016 has been denied full parole. The Parole Board of Canada ruled recently that Jason Francis Wallace’s release from prison would leave the community at-risk because the bikers might retaliate for the fatal shooting of Bob Green in October 2016. (The Province)

Alberta Hells Angel extorted and attacked former B.C. supplier

VANCOUVER - For more than a dozen years, Hope resident Richard Houle grew cannabis illegally for an Edmonton Hells Angel, Neil Cantrill. When Houle told Cantrill at a meeting in December 2014 that he wanted to get out of the business, he didn’t think there would be any problem. (The Province)

Large number high-threat organized crime groups have links to B.C.,inquiry hears

A public inquiry into money laundering has heard that British Columbia appears to have more high-level organized crime groups than other provinces. The director general of Criminal Intelligence Service Canada says that among at least 1,850 organized crime groups known to operate in Canada, the agency has assessed 680.(CBC)

Police announce arrests after probe into organized crime and violence in the tow truck industry

TORONTO - Several organized crime groups working within the towing industry have been using violence and property damage as a way to grab control and territory within the industry in southern Ontario, York Regional Police said Tuesday, while announcing multiple arrests. (CBC)

Jamie Bacon to be tried for murder in Surrey Six case

Eileen Mohan went to her son Christopher’s grave on Thursday to light a candle after learning there would be a new trial for a man charged in the Surrey Six slayings.(The Province)

Mob enforcer’s accused killer facing another murder charge

A 29-year-old already charged in a murder is now accused in the brazen takeout last November of reputed Mob enforcer Antonio “Scratch” Fiorda at an Etobicoke strip mall. (Toronto Sun)

‘El Chapo’ enforcer ‘El Chino Anthrax’ found murdered in Mexican desert

A former top enforcer for Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s cartel who vanished from federal parole supervision in San Diego was found murdered in Mexico alongside his sister and brother-in-law, officials said. (New York Post)

Toronto police seize coke, cash, high-end watches in $8 million bust

Four men are in custody and two more on the run after Toronto police dismantled a ‘professional’ level cocaine trafficking operation. (Toronto Sun)
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Vancouver police seize 8 guns, $3m of drugs in massive bust

Organized criminals and drug gangs have adapted their illicit operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, the head of the Vancouver Police Department’s organized crime section says. (The Province)

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