Wednesday, September 14, 2011


Here we go again....more wanted criminals sought by CBSA...

New photos of wanted criminals being released Toronto & GTA News Toronto Sun

New photos of wanted criminals being released

First posted: Tuesday, September 13, 2011 06:57 PM EDT Updated: Tuesday, September 13, 2011 07:10 PM EDT

TORONTO - A Toronto gunman who was one of Canada’s “Most Wanted” was deported to Jamaica in record time as officials gear up to release new mug shots of other dangerous criminals hiding here, officials say.

About a dozen photos of suspected war criminals and foreign offenders will replace those captured due to help from the public after two lists of fugitives were released by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), Public Safety Ministry officials said.

Six suspected war criminals and four foreign hoodlums were rounded up since the names of the suspects were publicly released. Five of the men have been deported and one has left the country.

The most recent deportee was Reginald George King, aka “Dee Dee”, 41, who was escorted to Kingston, Jamaica, by two officers on a flight from Pearson airport last Sunday, officials said.

King was arrested Aug. 19 in Walford, Ont., a small town about 200 km east of Sault Ste. Marie, where he had been hiding. He was convicted of assault with a weapon and possession of a loaded and restricted weapon.

A warrant was issued for his arrest after he failed to show up for removal from Canada.

Officials said King was photographed and released by police on his arrival in Jamaica where he is not sought for any crimes.

Also busted was drug dealer Xun Zhang, 32, of China, on Aug. 18 in Richmond, B.C.

Zhang has a record that includes drug trafficking, assault, robbery, theft and conspiracy to produce a controlled substance.

And, Walter Ernesto Guzman, 35, of El Salvador, surrendered to Montreal police on Aug. 19. He was sought for convictions that include drug trafficking, assault and uttering threats.

Guzman became the centre of a furor after he was freed by an immigration board member in Montreal on $3,000 cash bond after being a most-wanted fugitive. He has since been deported.

Police have also stepped up their hunt for accused foreign criminal Wei Guo Wu, who they said has ties to Chinese organized crime in Canada and China.

Wu, 43, is sought in connection with the abductions of Xui Jun “Johnny” Fei, 40, and North York real estate agent Jainguo “Tony” Han, 44, who disappeared from Fei’s Mississauga home on Jan. 20.

Fei had hired Han to sell his 15-room mansion on Featherston Dr.

Fei was released by his abductors six days later, but Han’s body was found in the Markham home he was held captive, dying of a heart attack during his captivity.

They men are among a group of 1,400 dangerous criminals without immigration status who are hiding in Canada.

Anyone seeking information on the fugitives are asked to visit a CBSA website or call a Border Watch Line at 1-888-502-9060

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