Simply months after his brother Harb survived a Richmond taking pictures, Meninder Dhaliwal was wounded by gunfire outdoors a longshore employees coaching centre on Mitchell Island March 12.
Each males, initially from Abbotsford, are linked to the Brothers Keepers gang, which is at the moment in battle throughout Metro Vancouver with former allies-turned rivals within the Kang-Crimson Scorpion group.
Richmond RCMP was known as to the B.C. Maritime Employers Affiliation about 9 a.m. Tuesday morning after stories man had been shot.
The coaching centre is within the 11000-block of Twigg Place on Mitchell Island.
“A witness reported seeing a person, wearing black fleeing the world on foot,” RCMP Sgt. Janelle Shoihet stated in a information launch.
“Upon arrival on the scene, frontline officers found a 25-year-old man affected by severe, probably life threatening accidents. He has been transported to a neighborhood space hospital and is receiving therapy.”
She stated that a short while later, Richmond RCMP acquired a report of a automobile on fireplace within the 5600-block of No. 7 Street.
“At this level, we’re asking anybody who could have been a witness to both of those incidents and haven’t already spoken with police, to contact the Richmond RCMP at 604-278-1212,” Shoihet stated.
Police didn’t launch the identify of the wounded man, however I confirmed it was Dhaliwal with a number of sources.
In December, Harb Dhaliwal was shot at Richmond’s Lansdowne Mall and likewise survived. On the time, he was along with his buddy and gang affiliate Bicky Khakh, who was then gunned down in Surrey Feb. 1 at his household residence.
Each males are brothers of former Crimson Scorpion Barinder (Shrek) Dhaliwal, an Abbotsford gang member sentenced to a yr in jail last June after being seen tossing a firearm into some bushes in 2016.
He’s anticipated to be launched from jail shortly.