Nine men, some who are members of the Native Syndicate street gang, are facing several charges, according to Regina Police
On Friday, June 3rd, Police along with the Integrated Drug Enforcement Street Team and the Street Gang Unit made arrests in the two-month, ongoing investigation.
“Project Shred” is as a direct result of a series of violent offences that occurred in Regina involving persons identified in drug trafficking activity.
On Friday, several arrests were made including several members of the Native Syndicate Street Gang.
Nine men between the ages of 18 and 40, appeared in Provincial Court Monday.
Evidence collected during the two month public safety operation included: a firearm, ammunition, replica firearms, machete, Canadian currency and Controlled Substances including Fentanyl, Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Morphine and Marihuana.
There were twenty charges read in court; 35-year old Jeremy John Arnold of Regina, faces seven charges including Instructing Commission of Criminal Offence for Criminal Organization
Each of the other eight accused faces a charge of Participation in a Criminal Organization.