Winnipeg police make 11 arrests in Mad Cow bust

Winnipeg police have arrested 11 people, many of them teens, believed to be involved in the Mad Cow street gang.

Police lay charges against 11, seek one more suspect in street-gang crackdown

Winnipeg police have arrested 11 people, many of them teens, believed to be involved in the Mad Cow street gang. CBC's Aadel Haleem reports. 1:00

Winnipeg police have arrested 11 people, many of them teens, believed to be involved in the Mad Cow street gang.

In a months-long investigation dubbed Project Recall, officers investigated illegal drug sales by the street gang.

Officers executed two warrants on Simcoe Street and Langside Street, and on April 25 made a number of arrests. Two shotguns and about 80 rounds of ammunition were seized during the investigation.

Now, nine people are facing charges for trafficking cocaine, including four 16-year-old boys.

Winnipeg police have issued an arrest warrant for 18-year-old man Terryl Izzard. (Winnipeg Police Service handout photo)

Police said they are still looking for an 18-year-old man in connection with the investigation. An arrest warrant for Terryl Izzard has been issued.

Anyone with information about Izzard’s whereabouts is asked to call investigators at 204-986-8430 or Crime Stoppers at 204-786-8477.