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Canada Gov't wants Coquitlam house forfeited for alleged link to drug line

04:45  30 june  2020
04:45  30 june  2020 Source:   vancouversun.com

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Karen Leach beat a series of charges two weeks ago when her son pleaded guilty to drug But Leach is still before the courts as the government tries to get her long-time Coquitlam residence forfeited as an instrument of illegal activity. The suit alleges the house , currently assessed at 3,000, and

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The B.C. government wants a Coquitlam woman’s house forfeited because her son was allegedly running a drug line from the property. © Bill Oxford The B.C. government wants a Coquitlam woman’s house forfeited because her son was allegedly running a drug line from the property.

The B.C. government wants a Coquitlam woman’s house forfeited because her son was allegedly running a drug line from the property.

The Director of Civil Forfeiture filed a lawsuit Monday claiming that Christina Kawalec’s house on Sylvia Place has been used as “an instrument of unlawful activity.”

And the suit says Kawalec, who bought the house in 2002, should have known her son Aaron was allegedly using her residence to stash drugs for his operation.

“At all material times, Ms. Kawalec knew or ought reasonably to have known the manner in which the property was being used and is likely to be used in the future,” the director says. “In the alternative, Ms. Kawalec was wilfully blind to the manner in which the property was used and is likely to be used in the future.”

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Coquitlam RCMP began an investigation last September into a local drug line after identifying the phone number it was using.

a man looking at the camera:  Aaron Daniel Kawalec, who allegedly operated a Coquitlam drug line, in an undated Facebook photo. © Facebook Aaron Daniel Kawalec, who allegedly operated a Coquitlam drug line, in an undated Facebook photo.

Aaron Kawalec was “an operator of the drug line,” the suit claims, adding that he was using a 2010 Audi, then registered to his mother, to conduct drug transactions.

In October 2019, the licence plate was changed on the car “in an effort to avoid police surveillance,” the suit says.

The Audi was later transferred into Aaron Kawalec’s name.

“From Oct. 10, 2019,-to-April 22, 2020, the RCMP observed Mr. Kawalec use the vehicle to conduct approximately 70 clandestine meetings consistent with drug trafficking,” the director alleges. “The RCMP observed Mr. Kawalec repeatedly conduct drug-trafficking activities immediately upon departing the property. The RCMP observed Mr. Kawalec repeatedly returning to the property after conducting drug-trafficking activities.”

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The suit says Aaron Kawalec “stored and packaged controlled substances at the property” and would go to the house to “reload” after conducting between two and four transactions.

An uncover officer began purchasing cocaine and ecstasy from Kawalec in October, continuing to make buys until March, the director alleges.

The RCMP arrested Aaron Kawalec in April and obtained a search warrant for the house, which is currently assessed at $1.1 million.

During the search, police found small amounts of cocaine and ecstasy, 18.49 kilograms of cannabis, 145 cannabis cookies, almost $250,000 in Canadian currency, two cellphones and two scales.

There was also a “ledger in the master bedroom titled ‘Aaron rent/taxes,’ detailing payments from Mr. Kawalec to Ms. Kawalec,” the suit says.

The director is also seeking forfeiture of the Audi.

Aaron Kawalec, who has a previous conviction for possession for the purpose of trafficking, has not yet been charged. Neither he nor his mother have filed a response to the civil suit, which contains allegations not proven in court.

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The director alleges that the crimes committed using the house and car include: production and possession for the purpose of trafficking, possession of the proceeds of crime, laundering the proceeds of crime and failure to declare taxable income.

The latest civil forfeiture suit against the mother and son comes a year after a B.C. Supreme Court master ordered the forfeiture of a 2007 Audi registered to Christina, but used by Aaron, as well as cash and cellphones seized when Aaron was stopped by police for speeding on Oct. 18, 2014.

During the stop, one of the cellphones kept ringing, court documents state, and when police answered it five times, they received “orders for drugs.”

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