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Monday, 22 February 2010

Dawn raids on Fox drug gang, a notorious crime family as part of a crackdown over the assassination of gangster Kevin "Gerbil" Carroll.


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Dawn raids on a notorious crime family as part of a crackdown over the assassination of gangster Kevin "Gerbil" Carroll.
Officers swooped on nine homes in Calton, Glasgow, belonging to members and associates of the Fox drug gang.
But they found nothing - as it appeared the Foxs had been tipped off.
The Record can reveal that Calton's Millroad Street was sealed off on Friday as three homes were turned over. One belongs to John Fox, the other to brother Andrew - known as Sanny - and the third to one of their sisters.
Six homes linked to side kicks were also searched.
A source close to the operation said: "The Foxs were absolutely livid because the cops came down on them like a ton of bricks.
"They went through the front doors and immediately shut down the Foxs' main landlines and mobiles to stop them tipping off other members of the family.
"It was a huge operation targeting the family and anyone close to their drug empire.
"Police were going through roofspaces and looking under floorboards but it looks as though the Foxs got a tip-off because they were clean and escaped this time.
"But senior officers have vowed to end their empire so this won't be the last time."
The Fox family have been dealing drugs in Glasgow's east end since the 1980s.
They have lived in Millroad Street for three generations.
John, 43, and Sanny, 40, started their crime career as car thieves but soon cashed in on the drugs trade started by parents Ronnie and Ena.
"Gerbil" Carroll - an enforcer for the Daniel crime family - was shot dead in a supermarket car park in January.


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