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Accused in alleged drug trafficking ring forfeit assets valued at $2.3m


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The consent order grants judgment to the civil forfeiture office of two properties in Mission and another in Coquitlam.

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Gordon Hoekstra

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Dec 30, 2020  •  December 30, 2020  •  3 minute read  •  The accused in an alleged drug-trafficking ring have forfeited to the province houses, cash and jewelry valued at more than $2.3 million. Fotolia

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The accused in an alleged drug-trafficking ring have forfeited to the province houses, cash and jewelry valued at more than $2.3 million.

The settlement is outlined in a consent agreement filed in B.C. Supreme Court on Dec. 10 between the B.C. Civil Forfeiture Office and Ashok Kumar Naidu, also known as Roy Naidu; his spouse, Gina Chinamma Naidu; Avenel Anish Naidu, the Naidus’ son; Avenel’s girlfriend, Alisha Ann Watkins; and Can Auto Electric and Appliance Repair Ltd.

The consent order grants judgment to the civil forfeiture office of two properties in Mission and another in Coquitlam. The…

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