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Friday, 1 March 2013

Twenty-five-year old Jujhar Singh Khun-Khun of Surrey has been charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder.

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one of three gangsters charged with the 2011 murder of Red Scorpion Jonathan Bacon in Kelowna.

Twenty-five-year old Jujhar Singh Khun-Khun of Surrey has been charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder. Jason Thomas McBride, 37, and Michael Jones are also charged. All three are reported to have connections with the late Sukh Dhak, who had been killed in a gang shooting in Vancouver this past fall.

Bacon and several associates were shot at during a busy day in Kelowna's downtown area in August 2011.

The 2011 shooting killed Bacon and injured those he was with. No passersby were injured, but the boldness of the hit reverberated throughout the province.

"This violent incident rocked the city of Kelowna in an act so brazen it might have been mistaken for an action movie," said Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit Chief Supt. Dan Malo during a news conference to announce the arrests. "We were all appalled by the public nature of this reckless act."

According to Malo, since Bacon's death, investigators had been working around the clock to tie people to the case, culminating in Monday's announcement.

"We've had over 50 investigators on this case (at any given time)," said Malo.

All three suspects are known to police and have ties to various criminal organizations throughout the province.

"All three individuals charged have in the past been associate to several different groups," said Malo, noting that it would be difficult to describe any of them as belonging to just one group.

Khun-Khun has been shot at twice in the past, once in September 2011 and again last month while out with other gang associates.

He also has a number of incidents on his record, including having been arrested in Abbotsford in relation to a shooting and having been pulled over in August 2011 with a cache of drugs and $1,700. In 2007 Khun-Khun was also convicted of kidnapping following an incident that involved him holding a person hostage at gunpoint for several hours.

"In my many years investigating gangs and criminal cases, the one thing that always stands out is that organized crime groups do attract broken people," said Malo. "They're looking for connections, love and acceptance. They demand loyalty and give little in return."

Gilbert Spiller self-admitted "general" in the Black P Stone Nation

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A high-ranking gang member previously convicted for his role in a fatal drive-by shooting was sentenced to 20 years in prison Wednesday for dealing drugs and guns in the South Shore neighborhood.

U.S. District Judge Charles Kocoras sentenced Gilbert Spiller to 20 years in federal prison Wednesday, according to the U.S. Attorney's office.

Spiller, 37, a self-admitted "general" in the Black P Stone Nation, pleaded guilty in September 2012 to two counts of selling crack cocaine and one count of illegally selling a firearm, according to a statement from federal prosecutors.

He admitted selling 62.2 grams of crack cocaine on July 13, 2011, and 59.2 grams of crack on July 21, 2011, to an informant in the 7800 block of South Kingston — an area he and his associates called "Terror Town," the U.S. Attorney's office said.

Spiller also sold the same informant a .40 caliber handgun on Oct. 18, 2011, according to the U.S. Attorney's office, which said Spiller knew he was selling the gun to a felon on parole. But he sold the gun because he believed it would be used to settle a score with rival gang members.

Authorities said Spiller joined the Black P Stone Nation when he was in grade school and has been convicted of aggravated battery with a firearm, aggravated discharge of a firearm and aggravated battery of a Chicago Police officer.

He has admitted to shooting at people 5-10 times, and one of his convictions was from a drive-by shooting that left one person dead and four others injured.

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