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Canada REAL SCOOP: Gang rivals involved in Yaletown brawl

10:25  09 december  2019
10:25  09 december  2019 Source:   vancouversun.com

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Vancouver Police are investigating an early morning stabbing in Yaletown that sent four men to hospital, leaving one of them in serious condition. VPD officers were called just before 2:30 a.m. about a large group of men fighting near Hamilton and Helmcken streets.

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a car parked in a parking lot: VANCOUVER, BC - December 8, 2019 - Four people were reportedly stabbed in Yaletown in Vancouver, BC, December 8, 2019. Police block off Mainland and Hamilton streets between Davie and Nelson. (Arlen Redekop / PNG staff photo) (story by reporter) [PNG Merlin Archive]© Arlen Redekop VANCOUVER, BC - December 8, 2019 - Four people were reportedly stabbed in Yaletown in Vancouver, BC, December 8, 2019. Police block off Mainland and Hamilton streets between Davie and Nelson. (Arlen Redekop / PNG staff photo) (story by reporter) [PNG Merlin Archive]

Vancouver Police are investigating an early morning stabbing in Yaletown that sent four men to hospital, leaving one of them in serious condition.

VPD officers were called just before 2:30 a.m. about a large group of men fighting near Hamilton and Helmcken streets.

“Four men were suffering from stab wounds and sent to hospital where one remains in serious condition,” VPD Const. Tania Visintin said in a news release. “This investigation is ongoing.”

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Three people arrested after gang -related brawl at the Hamilton courthouse today. One witness said there were at least six fighting outside the courthouse, while others were standing round waiting to get involved . It is believed to a rival gang fight, with groups of the two gangs fighting each other.

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Postmedia has learned that some of those involved are associated to the Brothers Keepers gang and the United Nations gang – both of which have been locked in a bloody war across the Lower Mainland for more than two years.

One of the BK stabbing victims was on probation after pleading guilty to assault last June for his role in a December 2017 attack in the 800-block of Homer Street.

Last June, Sumdish Gill admitted he was involved in the attack on Jitesh Vagh, though not the person who stabbed Vagh 18 times.

“Mr. Gill participated in the group attack by chasing Mr. Vagh and punching and kicking him to the ground,” Crown Adrienne Smith said in Vancouver Provincial Court at the time.

Visintin said anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the VPD’s Major Crime Section at 604-717-2541.

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