$61M worth of drugs seized in largest bust in Toronto Police history

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Shockingly most of those arrested are people of Punjabi origin. They were working closely in this illegal trade. Modified tractor trailers were used for hidden supply of drugs. Investigators have seized 444 kilo cocaine, 182 kilo crystal meth, 427 kilo marijuana, 300 oxycodone pills, 966020 dollar currency, 21 vehicles including 5 modified tractor trailers and one fire arm also. It is estimated that market value of seized drug is more than 61 million dollars.

19 other persons have also been arrested under this operation codenamed ‘Project Brisa’

Read full statement issued by Toronto Police

Project Brisa,
Largest, international drug takedown in Toronto Police Service’s history​


Date: Tuesday, June 22, 2021
Unit: Organized Crime Enforcement


The Toronto Police Service have announced the takedown of a major international drug-smuggling ring, which saw more than 1,000 kilograms of cocaine, crystal meth, and marijuana being transported between Mexico, California, and Canada using modified tractor trailers.

Dubbed Project Brisa, the six-month investigation led officers to work in partnership with Canadian and American law enforcement agencies as well as agencies throughout southwestern Ontario and across Canada.

It is alleged that between November 2020 and May 2021, investigators identified those responsible for transporting the illicit substances across borders for sale in Canada. It is further alleged this was made possible by the installation of hydraulic traps in tractor-trailers, capable of smuggling 100 kilograms of substance in a single trip.

Twenty people were arrested (including one Young Person) and two suspects are currently outstanding. Collectively, they face 182 charges.

Throughout the project, investigators identified a person known as the “Trap Maker.” This man was allegedly responsible for building hidden compartments within the tractor-trailers for the purposes of smuggling large amounts of contraband across borders.

Jason Hall, 43, of Surrey, British Columbia, also known as the “Trap Maker,” turned himself into police in Toronto last week and is charged with:

1. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Participate in a Criminal Organization

In total, investigators seized the following:

o 444 kilos of cocaine
o 182 kilos of crystal meth
o 427 kilos of marijuana
o 300 oxycodone pills
o $966,020 in CDN currency
o 21 vehicles, including 5 tractor trailers
o 1 firearm

The street value of the seized drugs is estimated to be more than $61 million.

Nineteen others have been arrested as part of Project Brisa:

Ryan Nikolakakos, 28, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Three counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000

Zaw Min Htoo, 23, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Instructing the Commission of an offence for a Criminal Organization
3. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
4. Participate in a Criminal Organization
5. Conspiracy to Commit and Indictable Offence

Damoy Searchwell, 24, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000
3. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
4. Participate in a Criminal Organization
5. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence

Samet Hysa, 28, of Vaughan, has been charged with:

1. Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
3. Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000
5. Possession of Property Obtained by Crime
6. Unauthorized Possession of a Firearm
7. Possession of a Firearm Knowing it Possession is Unlawful
8. Careless Storage of a Firearm
9. Possession of a Loaded or Restricted Firearm

Hanif Jamal, 43, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000

Wei Jie Huang, 28, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
3. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000
4. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Participate in a Criminal Organization
6. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence

Nadeem, Lila, 35, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000

Yusuf Lila, 68, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000

Gurbakhash Singh Grewal, 37, of Brampton, has been charged with:

1. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
4. Two counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization

Amarbir Singh Sarkaria, 25, of Caledon, has been charged with:

1. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
4. Participate in a Criminal Organization

Harbaljit Singh Toor, 46, of Caledon, had been charged with:

1. Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Four counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Five counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Three counts of Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Two counts of Instruct to Commit an Offence for a Criminal Organization
6. Counsel to Commit an Offence not yet Committed
7. Four counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Harwinder Bhullar (female), 43, of Caledon, has been charged with:

1. Participate in a Criminal Organization
2. Possession of Proceeds Over $5000

Sarjant Singh Dhaliwal, 37, of Kitchener, has been charged with:

1. Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Four counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Four counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Three counts of Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Instruct to Commit an Offence for a Criminal Organization
6. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
7. Two counts of Possession of a Schedule I Substance

Gurveer Dhaliwal, 26, of Kitchener, has been charged with:

1. Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Four counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Four counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Three counts of Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Four counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Gurmanpreet Grewal, 26, of Kitchener, has been charged with:

1. Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Four counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Three counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Three counts of Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Instruct to Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
6. Four counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Sukhwant Brar, 37, of Brampton, has been charged with:

1. Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Three counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Four counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Three counts of Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Instruct to Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
6. Four counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Parminder Gill, 33, of Brampton, has been charged with:

1. Two counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Two counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Commit an Offence for a Criminal Organization
5. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Andre Williams, 35, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Conspiracy to Commit and Indictable Offence
2. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
3. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000

A Young Person has been charged with:

1. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Two men are still wanted as part of Project Brisa.

William Nhan, 23 years, of Toronto, is wanted for:

1. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Traffic in a Schedule I Substance
3. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
4. Participate in a Criminal Organization
5. Conspiracy to Commit and Indictable Offence

Scott McManus, 38, of Toronto, is wanted for:

1. Two counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Three counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
 

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$61M worth of drugs seized in largest bust in Toronto Police history​



GOOD!!! ..and the Cartels can go Fuck themselves.. Canada EH!! 🇨🇦🍁✌️

Toronto police announce ‘staggering’ $61 million cross-Canada drug bust | The Star

They are still looking for these two putz. (Just want to make sure there Face get's out there to the general public)

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On the face of it, it sounds like great news! Now will these bastards go away for the duration upon conviction? Or better still eliminate them. If they weren't apprehended how many deaths would they be responsible for? Dozens? Hundreds? Thousands?
 

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On the face of it, it sounds like great news! Now will these bastards go away for the duration upon conviction? Or better still eliminate them. If they weren't apprehended how many deaths would they be responsible for? Dozens? Hundreds? Thousands?
If they were working for the commies at BLM or antifa (or China, take your pick), they will be out by supper time.
;)
Dat's true doh! El Soro's lil "cartel" buddies!

They will likely do like they did with the OPIATE PILL DRUG LORDS and VACCINE Dick Tators, Johnson and Johnson, and just fine the sh!T out of them ( Half a billion in Ohio alone) as the price of doing business.

Death penalty? lol no. Not unless someone ODs when the cops turn around and sell the dope out on the streets in a couple weeks.
 
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On the face of it, it sounds like great news! Now will these bastards go away for the duration upon conviction? Or better still eliminate them. If they weren't apprehended how many deaths would they be responsible for? Dozens? Hundreds? Thousands?

This is a drop in the bucket for what crosses our border.. however it is a win for Canada, and a win for Canadians

The Cartels have the resources of a small country and are not going away.

How many lives lost, 1000’s yearly die because of the drug trade.. from over doses, direct crime, and turf wars across North America

We live in a shitty world right now
 
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Shockingly most of those arrested are people of Punjabi origin. They were working closely in this illegal trade. Modified tractor trailers were used for hidden supply of drugs. Investigators have seized 444 kilo cocaine, 182 kilo crystal meth, 427 kilo marijuana, 300 oxycodone pills, 966020 dollar currency, 21 vehicles including 5 modified tractor trailers and one fire arm also. It is estimated that market value of seized drug is more than 61 million dollars.

19 other persons have also been arrested under this operation codenamed ‘Project Brisa’

Read full statement issued by Toronto Police

Project Brisa,​

Largest, international drug takedown in Toronto Police Service’s history​


Date: Tuesday, June 22, 2021
Unit: Organized Crime Enforcement


The Toronto Police Service have announced the takedown of a major international drug-smuggling ring, which saw more than 1,000 kilograms of cocaine, crystal meth, and marijuana being transported between Mexico, California, and Canada using modified tractor trailers.

Dubbed Project Brisa, the six-month investigation led officers to work in partnership with Canadian and American law enforcement agencies as well as agencies throughout southwestern Ontario and across Canada.

It is alleged that between November 2020 and May 2021, investigators identified those responsible for transporting the illicit substances across borders for sale in Canada. It is further alleged this was made possible by the installation of hydraulic traps in tractor-trailers, capable of smuggling 100 kilograms of substance in a single trip.

Twenty people were arrested (including one Young Person) and two suspects are currently outstanding. Collectively, they face 182 charges.

Throughout the project, investigators identified a person known as the “Trap Maker.” This man was allegedly responsible for building hidden compartments within the tractor-trailers for the purposes of smuggling large amounts of contraband across borders.

Jason Hall, 43, of Surrey, British Columbia, also known as the “Trap Maker,” turned himself into police in Toronto last week and is charged with:

1. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Participate in a Criminal Organization

In total, investigators seized the following:

o 444 kilos of cocaine
o 182 kilos of crystal meth
o 427 kilos of marijuana
o 300 oxycodone pills
o $966,020 in CDN currency
o 21 vehicles, including 5 tractor trailers
o 1 firearm

The street value of the seized drugs is estimated to be more than $61 million.

Nineteen others have been arrested as part of Project Brisa:

Ryan Nikolakakos, 28, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Three counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000

Zaw Min Htoo, 23, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Instructing the Commission of an offence for a Criminal Organization
3. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
4. Participate in a Criminal Organization
5. Conspiracy to Commit and Indictable Offence

Damoy Searchwell, 24, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000
3. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
4. Participate in a Criminal Organization
5. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence

Samet Hysa, 28, of Vaughan, has been charged with:

1. Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
3. Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000
5. Possession of Property Obtained by Crime
6. Unauthorized Possession of a Firearm
7. Possession of a Firearm Knowing it Possession is Unlawful
8. Careless Storage of a Firearm
9. Possession of a Loaded or Restricted Firearm

Hanif Jamal, 43, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000

Wei Jie Huang, 28, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
3. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000
4. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Participate in a Criminal Organization
6. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence

Nadeem, Lila, 35, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000

Yusuf Lila, 68, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000

Gurbakhash Singh Grewal, 37, of Brampton, has been charged with:

1. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
4. Two counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization

Amarbir Singh Sarkaria, 25, of Caledon, has been charged with:

1. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
4. Participate in a Criminal Organization

Harbaljit Singh Toor, 46, of Caledon, had been charged with:

1. Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Four counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Five counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Three counts of Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Two counts of Instruct to Commit an Offence for a Criminal Organization
6. Counsel to Commit an Offence not yet Committed
7. Four counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Harwinder Bhullar (female), 43, of Caledon, has been charged with:

1. Participate in a Criminal Organization
2. Possession of Proceeds Over $5000

Sarjant Singh Dhaliwal, 37, of Kitchener, has been charged with:

1. Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Four counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Four counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Three counts of Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Instruct to Commit an Offence for a Criminal Organization
6. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
7. Two counts of Possession of a Schedule I Substance

Gurveer Dhaliwal, 26, of Kitchener, has been charged with:

1. Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Four counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Four counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Three counts of Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Four counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Gurmanpreet Grewal, 26, of Kitchener, has been charged with:

1. Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Four counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Three counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Three counts of Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Instruct to Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
6. Four counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Sukhwant Brar, 37, of Brampton, has been charged with:

1. Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Three counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Four counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Three counts of Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Instruct to Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
6. Four counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Parminder Gill, 33, of Brampton, has been charged with:

1. Two counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Two counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Commit an Offence for a Criminal Organization
5. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Andre Williams, 35, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Conspiracy to Commit and Indictable Offence
2. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
3. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000

A Young Person has been charged with:

1. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Two men are still wanted as part of Project Brisa.

William Nhan, 23 years, of Toronto, is wanted for:

1. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Traffic in a Schedule I Substance
3. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
4. Participate in a Criminal Organization
5. Conspiracy to Commit and Indictable Offence

Scott McManus, 38, of Toronto, is wanted for:

1. Two counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Three counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
With our hug-a-thug justice system they will be let out on house arrest and a year probation
 

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Shockingly most of those arrested are people of Punjabi origin. They were working closely in this illegal trade. Modified tractor trailers were used for hidden supply of drugs. Investigators have seized 444 kilo cocaine, 182 kilo crystal meth, 427 kilo marijuana, 300 oxycodone pills, 966020 dollar currency, 21 vehicles including 5 modified tractor trailers and one fire arm also. It is estimated that market value of seized drug is more than 61 million dollars.

19 other persons have also been arrested under this operation codenamed ‘Project Brisa’

Read full statement issued by Toronto Police

Project Brisa,​

Largest, international drug takedown in Toronto Police Service’s history​


Date: Tuesday, June 22, 2021
Unit: Organized Crime Enforcement


The Toronto Police Service have announced the takedown of a major international drug-smuggling ring, which saw more than 1,000 kilograms of cocaine, crystal meth, and marijuana being transported between Mexico, California, and Canada using modified tractor trailers.

Dubbed Project Brisa, the six-month investigation led officers to work in partnership with Canadian and American law enforcement agencies as well as agencies throughout southwestern Ontario and across Canada.

It is alleged that between November 2020 and May 2021, investigators identified those responsible for transporting the illicit substances across borders for sale in Canada. It is further alleged this was made possible by the installation of hydraulic traps in tractor-trailers, capable of smuggling 100 kilograms of substance in a single trip.

Twenty people were arrested (including one Young Person) and two suspects are currently outstanding. Collectively, they face 182 charges.

Throughout the project, investigators identified a person known as the “Trap Maker.” This man was allegedly responsible for building hidden compartments within the tractor-trailers for the purposes of smuggling large amounts of contraband across borders.

Jason Hall, 43, of Surrey, British Columbia, also known as the “Trap Maker,” turned himself into police in Toronto last week and is charged with:

1. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Participate in a Criminal Organization

In total, investigators seized the following:

o 444 kilos of cocaine
o 182 kilos of crystal meth
o 427 kilos of marijuana
o 300 oxycodone pills
o $966,020 in CDN currency
o 21 vehicles, including 5 tractor trailers
o 1 firearm

The street value of the seized drugs is estimated to be more than $61 million.

Nineteen others have been arrested as part of Project Brisa:

Ryan Nikolakakos, 28, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Three counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000

Zaw Min Htoo, 23, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Instructing the Commission of an offence for a Criminal Organization
3. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
4. Participate in a Criminal Organization
5. Conspiracy to Commit and Indictable Offence

Damoy Searchwell, 24, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000
3. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
4. Participate in a Criminal Organization
5. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence

Samet Hysa, 28, of Vaughan, has been charged with:

1. Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
3. Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000
5. Possession of Property Obtained by Crime
6. Unauthorized Possession of a Firearm
7. Possession of a Firearm Knowing it Possession is Unlawful
8. Careless Storage of a Firearm
9. Possession of a Loaded or Restricted Firearm

Hanif Jamal, 43, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000

Wei Jie Huang, 28, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
3. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000
4. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Participate in a Criminal Organization
6. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence

Nadeem, Lila, 35, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000

Yusuf Lila, 68, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000

Gurbakhash Singh Grewal, 37, of Brampton, has been charged with:

1. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
4. Two counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization

Amarbir Singh Sarkaria, 25, of Caledon, has been charged with:

1. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
4. Participate in a Criminal Organization

Harbaljit Singh Toor, 46, of Caledon, had been charged with:

1. Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Four counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Five counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Three counts of Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Two counts of Instruct to Commit an Offence for a Criminal Organization
6. Counsel to Commit an Offence not yet Committed
7. Four counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Harwinder Bhullar (female), 43, of Caledon, has been charged with:

1. Participate in a Criminal Organization
2. Possession of Proceeds Over $5000

Sarjant Singh Dhaliwal, 37, of Kitchener, has been charged with:

1. Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Four counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Four counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Three counts of Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Instruct to Commit an Offence for a Criminal Organization
6. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
7. Two counts of Possession of a Schedule I Substance

Gurveer Dhaliwal, 26, of Kitchener, has been charged with:

1. Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Four counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Four counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Three counts of Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Four counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Gurmanpreet Grewal, 26, of Kitchener, has been charged with:

1. Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Four counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Three counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Three counts of Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Instruct to Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
6. Four counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Sukhwant Brar, 37, of Brampton, has been charged with:

1. Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Three counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Four counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Three counts of Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Instruct to Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
6. Four counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Parminder Gill, 33, of Brampton, has been charged with:

1. Two counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Two counts of Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Commit an Offence for a Criminal Organization
5. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Andre Williams, 35, of Toronto, has been charged with:

1. Conspiracy to Commit and Indictable Offence
2. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
3. Possession of Proceeds of Crime over $5000

A Young Person has been charged with:

1. Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance

Two men are still wanted as part of Project Brisa.

William Nhan, 23 years, of Toronto, is wanted for:

1. Two counts of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
2. Traffic in a Schedule I Substance
3. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
4. Participate in a Criminal Organization
5. Conspiracy to Commit and Indictable Offence

Scott McManus, 38, of Toronto, is wanted for:

1. Two counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence
2. Importation of a Schedule I Substance
3. Three counts of Participate in a Criminal Organization
4. Commit an Offence for the benefit of a Criminal Organization
5. Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Schedule I Substance
Looks like there are a few ethnic groups mixed up in this. Let's just process them as individuals and not concern ourselves with ethnicities!
 

Danbones

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Unless of course, this is like the US soldiers in Afghanistan guarding harvesting and moving the dope, A FORIEGN MILIRTARY OPERATION.
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Looks like there are a few ethnic groups mixed up in this. Let's just process them as individuals and not concern ourselves with ethnicities!

NAH!! Let’s look at who is shooting up the streets in Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto.. who is importing drugs into Canada and start making changes to our Immigration Policies
 
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NAH!! Let’s look at who is shooting up the streets in Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto.. who is importing drugs into Canada and start making changes to our Immigration Policies
Doesn't matter, for every ONE who is there are a HUNDRED who aren't. Assholes aren't designated by Nationality. :)
 

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Brisa means Breeze in Spanish-which has SFA to do with anything.

In any case if the thugs have enough money left their case will be dismissed in a few years after the Crown Attorney's office 'accidentally' makes a hash of the prosecution-that seems to happen regularly now and that's why thugs should never plead guilty right away.