- Canadian Man Gets 9-year Jail Term for 2021 Killing of
NRI Sikh Youth Prabhjot Singh Katri
- NRI Sikh Navinder Gill charged with murder for stabbing wife to death
- Canada's Supreme Court gave no reason for refusing to hear the appeal of Bhandher
- NRI Ravinder Bhangu was stabbed to death by her husband Manmeet Singh
Panghali's murder case nears verdict in Canada Memorial
- NRI Surrey, B.C., woman Arrested in “murder-for-hire” plot
Constable Sharlene Brooks save two individual's life
- Kamaljit Singh Dhanoa, 33, Surrey, B.C., has been charged with the second-degree murder of his wife, Tejinder Kaur Dhanoa, 32 inside her Newton home.
It's Unlikely the NRI-Narinder "Ned"
Mander Murder Mystery Will Ever Be Solved
Singh Soomel was gunned down in
the middle of Cambie Street, Vancouver
group (Gang): Vancouver police
arrested Amandeep (Deep) Manj
Virk: Eleven years court
drama ended when Supreme Court of Canada
to rule on NRI Virk murder case
Dilsher Gill, 17, and Joseph Randay, 18- Two
NRI teens were murdered in gang-style
police "functionally dismantled" NRI
Sanghera crime group
RCMP seek NRI Jaspal Dhinsda in daylight
shooting that left Surrey man paralyzed
Ricky Sihota found guilty for murder of student,
TERRY MCLEAN- NRI collapses in B.C. Supreme
Court after hearing guilty verdict for murder
of a student
Pritpal Virk, 19, shot to death by a rival gang
Singh Sundhu died in RCMP custody when Taser
gun was used to calm him
Jattan's body found near school in Surry
Sep 01 2005
Black Press, Sep 01 2005
By Cheryl Wierda
Thirty minutes before shots rang out in a parking
lot west of the University College of the Fraser
Valley Abbotsford campus on Sunday night, killing
Lexi Madsen and NRI, Hartinder (Harry) Gill,
Madsen had been at her research assistant job
Dr. Martha Dow, Madsen's boss at the Institute
for Safe Schools of British Columbia, described
the 26-year-old woman as an incredibly gifted
student who had tremendous empathy for those
The pair had been working together Sunday night,
where Madsen talked about her plans to go on
to get her doctorate and become a professor.
She was scheduled to begin her Master's program
at UBC this month.
Dow left UCFV at 9:10 p.m. that night, with
Madsen planning to head to her Mission home.
Some 20 minutes later, Abbotsford Police were
called about a disturbance and shots fired in
the parking lot of the former Kal-Tire, located
at the corner of King Road and College Drive.
When officers arrived, they found Madsen dead
in the driver's seat of a Honda Accord, and
Gill, also 26, lying on the asphalt near the
rear passenger tire of the car, which was still
running when police arrived. Gill and Madsen
knew each other, but Dow did not know the nature
of their relationship.
Police say the shooting was targeted, and that
Gill was known to them.
For those who knew Madsen, it's hard to see
her tied up in the murder, said Dow.
"What Lexi was, was not about Sunday night.
That's not who she was."
Instead, Madsen, who was valedictorian last
spring when she finished UCFV's criminal justice
program, took her education very seriously and
was incredibly committed to her family, which
included her parents, a sister and a brother.
Dow described Madsen as "one of the most
compassionate people I ever met," loyal,
and always there to help a friend.
She will be remembered at a funeral service
on Saturday, but a memorial, including flowers,
candles, balloons and cards, has already sprung
up around the light post the car was parked
under when the shots rang out Sunday night.
Area residents reported a range in the number
of shots fired, but most people said approximately
half a dozen bullets were fired. Residents report
a number of shots were fired, followed by a
brief pause, and then more shots.
Police have not yet released a motive for the
shooting, but yesterday asked for help locating
the suspect's vehicle.
They released a photo of a newer model red car
that is similar to the one driven by the suspects
in Sunday's shooting.
The suspects were seen in this vehicle traveling
north on College Drive and then turning east
on King Road before disappearing, said Abbotsford
May 13, 2005
DEAN MOHAMED ELSHAMY
VANCOUVER - The RCMP's Integrated Homicide
Investigation Team is probing yet another killing
of a young Indo-Canadian in this Vancouver suburb.
(Global) Surrey RCMP and Delta PD responded
to shots fired in the parking lot at the Macs
Convenience Store located at 72nd and Scott
Road. Dean Mohamed Elshamy a male 30-year old
was found deceased in his vehicle. While he
was not known to police investigators do not
believe this homicide to be a random act. MORE:
Fatal shooting in Surrey May 13, 2005 RCMP File
May 7, 2005
INDERJIT SINGH RAI,
Police responded to a report of shots fired
in the 9800 block of 140th Street in Surrey.
A black truck and a white car
Officers located one victim at scene who later
died of his wounds in hospital. The 23-year-old
East Indian male victim was a Surrey resident.
Identity of the victim is being withheld pending
notification of next of kin. May 7, 2005 RCMP
File #Surrey 2005-55568
Two cars were reported to have taken off from
the scene - a black truck and a white ca
April 2, 2005:
Singh Jawanda of Delta murdered
NRI Sukhwinder Singh Jawanda of Delta. was
executed gang-style and his companion Rajan
Aulakh, 28 who was injured is struggling for
his life in hospital.
Sukhwinder was the son of MR. Mohinder Singh
Jawanda, a former president of the moderate
World Sikh Organization and well known person
in his community. He told the media that his
son was a private investigator who ran a security
screening company, Best Hire.
Feb. 21, 2005
NRI Harpreet Khurmee,
34, shot to death in van on Annacis Island
Delta, BC, Feb. 21, 2005
Delta police are investigating the municipality's
first murder of the year after the discovery
a man found shot to death in a van parked on
Annacis Island Monday.
Harpreet Khurmee, 34, was found in a vehicle
at 7 a.m. after a witness called paramedics,
thinking the victim was experiencing a medical
emergency, according to police.
Khurmee is the third Lower Mainland truck driver
to be killed in the last 14 months, according
to our sister publication, the Vancouver Sun.
All three murders have a connection to one trucking
The Surrey resident was found inside a green
van parked beside a truck in the 600-block of
Karmen Singh Johl, one of the other truck drivers
killed, was found in his car in the 9700-block
of River Road in Delta last March. It was one
of three Delta murders in 2004.
According to sources, Johl, 63, spent much
of his time dodging police and even other criminals.
In a 1998 Vancouver provincial court decision,
Johl was convicted of trafficking 12 kg of cocaine
and was the subject of an extensive RCMP proceeds
of crime investigation in the mid-1990s.
The Vancouver resident was forced to forfeit
at least two condominiums, one in Whistler,
and an array of collector cars, among other
A married father, Johl was sentenced at the
time to 10 years in prison, but did not serve
the entire sentence.
Delta police have not arrested anyone in connection
with Johl's murder.
"Police are working through the initial
investigative process to determine the circumstances
that led to the death of this man," said
Const. Sharlene Brooks of Monday's murder.
"No further details are being released
at this time."
January 13, 2005
NRI Jatinder Singh
(Jerry) Natt, 22, and NRI Jatinder Singh Natt,
22, shot to death
Surrey, January 13, 2005
RCMP are calling for an armistice among gangsters
following last week's shooting deaths of local
residents Jatinder Singh Natt and Sukhjinder
A Surrey RCMP officer on routine patrol found
Natt and Sohal shot in a pickup truck parked
on 103rd Avenue off 160th Street early last
Natt, 22, died at the scene and Sohal, 39,
was taken to hospital, where he died on Sunday.
Blain said IHIT officers believe the deaths
were "related to drug and/or gang-related