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Monday, 27 June 2011

Alleged Vancouver gangster named as fatal shooting victim

20:47 |

Mounties have named the man targeted and shot to death in North Surrey over the weekend as Christopher Jai Reddy.

Sgt. Peter Thiessen, an RCMP spokesman, said the Gang Task Force is assisting the Integrated Homicide Investigative Team on the case.

“We’re still actively trying to move forward,” said Thiessen.

“We’re not in a position to really comment directly on what we believe the motive may have been, other than it was clearly targeted and gang related,” he said.

Reddy, a 24-year-old from Vancouver, was well known to police in the Lower Mainland.

He was found guilty of carrying two loaded handguns, a Beretta .380 pistol in one pocket and a Colt .45 in the other, in a June 2005 incident. But that decision was overturned when the B.C. Court of Appeal found that police had violated his rights when they searched him after receiving reports that two suspicious men were sitting in a vehicle in the 2900-block Windsor Street in Vancouver and might be selling drugs.

Reddy was also charged in 2006 in connection with a home invasion in Chilliwack. The charges were forcible confinement, assault causing bodily harm, assault with a weapon, wearing a disguise to commit a crime, robbery, break and enter, uttering threats and pointing a firearm.

He was also arrested in 2010 after the gang-related shooting of Gurmit Singh Dhak in a Metrotown parking lot. Reddy was one of six people rounded up by police as they tried to defuse gang tensions after Dhak’s slaying.

Because he was under a 10-year prohibition against possessing weapons, he was arrested Oct. 29, 2010 near Mill Ross Avenue when he was found in possession of a firearm.

The RCMP received a 911 call Friday at 3:40 p.m. about multiple shots in the 13100-block 111 Avenue in the northwest part of Whalley in Surrey. Officers responded in minutes and found Reddy lying on the roadside suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.

They began CPR immediately but Reddy was confirmed deceased when the B.C. Ambulance Service arrived.


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