“All of our frontline members have access to gloves, masks and personal respiratory masks,” she said.
Meanwhile, police continued to search for BK associate Naseem Ali Mohammed, 21, who escaped from police as they conducted a curfew check on his home on March 2. He is charged in B.C. with breaching a release order, wilfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer and escaping lawful custody or being unlawfully at large.
And he faced charges in Ontario of unlawful confinement, assault, pointing a firearm, uttering death threats, theft and robbery.
Another BK associate, Tyrel Nguyen Quesnelle, made a video appearance in Surrey Provincial Court Wednesday on two murder charges laid in December. His case was adjourned to June 5.
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