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Monday June 17th, 2013

Posted at 6:10pm

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Photo of seized firearms by Toronto Police

Toronto Police, with support from Windsor Police, have released the names of those from Windsor who were arrested as part of Project Traveller.

Project Traveller investigated the alleged criminal activities of a group known as the Dixon City Bloods or the Dixon Goonies. Many of the alleged crimes committed were centred in the area of the apartment complexes on Dixon Road in Toronto but the investigation revealed the impact of their activities ranged far beyond and involve serious crimes of violence, gun importation, and drug trafficking across Toronto and surrounding regions, including Windsor, and in Alberta.

The following people from Windsor were arrested and charged:

Orlando Hollinshed, male, 42-years-old, of Windsor:

  • Two counts of Conspiracy to commit indictable offence
  • Fail to comply Recognizance

Brett Kersey, male, 51-years-old, of Windsor:

  • Two counts of Conspiracy to Commit Indictable Offence

Terry Mauldin, male, 26-years-old, of Windsor:

  • Participation in a criminal organization
  • Trafficking in restricted weapons
  • Five counts of Conspiracy to commit indictable offence

Abukar Mohamed, male, 21-years-old, of Windsor:

  • Participate in a Criminal Organization

Sandra Sayegh, female, 25-years-old, of Windsor:

  • Conspiracy to Commit Indictable Offence
  • Fail to Comply

Allyson Steil, female, 32-years-old, of Windsor:

  • Four counts of Conspiracy to Commit Indictable Offence

Corey Peterson, male, 27-years-old, of Windsor:

  • Conspiracy to Commit Indictable Offence

Project Traveller was a partnership with the Windsor Police, the OPP’s Provincial Weapons Enforcement Unit, the Canada Border Services Agency and sections of Peel Regional Police, Halton Regional Police, York Regional Police, Durham Regional Police, Edmonton Police Service and ALERT’s Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU).

A full list of those arrested and charged is available here.

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