Abbotsford police have seized drugs, thousands of dollars in cash and two vehicles in the arrest of a 19-year-old gang associate.
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Police said Sukhjit Malhi is in custody after being charged with breaching a court order and possession for the purpose of trafficking fentanyl.
During the investigation leading to Malhi's arrest, Abbotsford police seized cocaine, fentanyl, cell phones, $2,500 in cash and two vehicles.
"We believe that disruption of the Lower Mainland Gang Conflict and their drug trafficking at all levels is a top priority and is crucial to improving our public's safety," said Sgt. Vic Gamboa of the Abbotsford Drug Enforcement Unit in a statement.
Police said at the time of his arrest, Malhi was on bail for trafficking fentanyl, cocaine, heroin and meth, as well as firearms-related offences.
#Gang associate Sukhjit MALHI, in #jail w more charges of trafficking in #fentanyl. MALHI already has numerous trafficking & firearms charges. APD will continue to target and disrupt the #LMGC. #endviolence #endganglife https://t.co/pXcNkp9oLK pic.twitter.com/rTy3XihnOi— @AbbyPoliceDept