These allegations were as a result of a traffic arrest and a marijuana seizure on August 4.docx

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board of the appellant. WTINESS TESTIMONY Det. Riches There was conflicting evidence about the arrest of traffic and the seizure of marijuana. O, det. Wealth meets or talks with Const. Tram 15 times between 5 January and 31 May 2007. Const. The tram refused to provide a statement under oath. Const. Tram regularly denied to det. Wealth of having appealed against the appellant at her first meeting on 5 January 2007.
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In the course of his investigation, det. Riches obtained two registration orders by criminal code for records relating to cell phones owned by Const. Tram and Const. Stevenson. These documents revealed that on 4 August 2004 there were 4 calls from Const. Stevenson to Const. Tram and 10 calls of const. Tram for the const. Stevenson. The calls last from 12 seconds to 2 minutes and 24 seconds. From records, it was not possible to determine if a conversation has ever occurred or if the voicemail call has been disconnected or ignored. There were 91 calls between const. Tram and Stevenson during the two months of the order. Tests of calls in relation to the towers of mobile phones indicated that the movements of Const. Stevenson and Const's cell phone. The tram was similar or tandem up to the traffic stop. Tinh Huu Ngo After the accusations of const. Tram, det. Wealth found Mr. Ngo, the driver of the Lexus vehicle stopped by Const. Stevenson. Riches interviewed Mr. Ngo on three occasions. However, the passenger who was also arrested at the traffic stop was located but was not interviewed. Mr. Ngo (a drug dealer) told Det. Riches and testifies that, in the company of his girlfriend, they attended the restaurant Pho # 1 in the Jane and Wilson area in Toronto and collected marijuana from a partner he knew and identified only as "Quoc". Mr. Ngo declared that another man, known only as "Viet", had asked to buy 100 pounds of marijuana, and Mr. Ngo had ordered marijuana in Quoc. After obtaining Quoc's marijuana, Mr. Ngo said he had driven in his vehicle for an hour or two, leaving the Lexus full of marijuana in the unattended trunk in the restaurant parking lot. At the northeast corner of East Beaver Creek Road and Highway 7. He said the police car followed him until he turned right into Leslie Street and stopped. He testified that there was no marijuana in the back seat of the vehicle or the smell of marijuana when the police officer stopped the car. There were two parking spaces in the back seat of the Lexus. Mr. Ngo said he witnessed how the policeman made four or five trips between the trunk of the Lexus and the trunk of his police car, with a bag of marijuana garbage in each hand. He also testified that the officer called a dark-skinned officer to attend and this officer brought him and the passenger to the police station. Mr. Ngo said he only realized he had been accused of holding 10 kilos of marijuana instead of the £ 84 he thought he had when he received his criminal complaint.
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