Surrey Shooting Leaves Another Indo-Canadian Gangster Wounded


The North Surrey Hit Claims A Known Gangster While Wounding A 15-Year-Old

SURREY – Another Indo-Canadian gangster was wounded in a Surrey shooting that left another non-Indo-Canadian dead in what police are calling a targeted gang-related hit on the weekend.

At 8:20 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22, a man wearing a balaclava ran up to a black Acura TL at 100 Avenue and King George Boulevard and shot the three people inside.

Stephen Leone, 27 – who police say has links to the Indo-Canadian fronted Dhak gang – was fatally shot and two others were injured, including a 15-year-old male.

Manjinder Hairan, who police allege is also associated with the Dhak group – suffered minor injuries, as did the unidentified teen.

They were treated in hospital and subsequently released.

Police claim that Dhak group has been in a violent exchange with the Hells Angels and Red Scorpions for months.

On Aug. 14, Jonathan Bacon, a Red Scorpion, was shot dead at a Kelowna hotel and several others were injured, including White Rock Hells Angel Larry Amero.

Since then, there have been several attacks on the Dhak group. On Sept. 16, alleged Dhak member Jujhar Singh Khun-Khun, 24, was gunned down in the 10100 block of 144 Street.

But police and media and police reports sensationalizing this Indo-Canadian-Hells Angels rivalry isn’t helping matters either.