Indo-Canadian Dad Begs Surrey Police To Help His Drug-Dealing Son

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header-1The Un-Named Punjabi Dad Already Has One Son In Jail And Is Worried The One Still On The Streets Will Be Killed If Not Pulled Out!

indo-dad-begs-son-drug-dealer2The un-named man, who is Punjabi speaking man from Surrey, earlier begged Surrey police to get his teenager off the streets before he is killed – but so far the father says no one is listening. “My son, we are worried. We love him,” said the dad, who is not being identified. “He said he was doing the drug thing, he’s selling on the street.” The man says he already has one son in jail at the Surrey Pretrial Services Centre, awaiting sentencing on drug-related charges. He would rather see his second son in prison than in the morgue.

SURREY – An Indo-Canadian dad went to the media this week in a desperate attempt to get his son, who is caught up in Surrey’s drug trade, the urgent help he needs

The un-named man, who is Punjabi speaking man from Surrey, earlier begged Surrey police to get his teenager off the streets before he is killed – but so far the father says no one is listening.

Brand-D-Logo“My son, we are worried. We love him,” said the dad, who is not being identified. “He said he was doing the drug thing, he’s selling on the street.”

Every time the sirens sound in their neighbourhood the father says he braces for the worst – believing his 19-year-old son could be the next shooting victim.

The dad says he already has one son in jail at the Surrey Pretrial Services Centre, awaiting sentencing on drug-related charges. He would rather see his second son in prison than in the morgue.

“Our son is not doing good activities, please arrest him,” said the father. “We don’t want to see him dead on the streets.”

The concerned parent first took his story to Punjabi radio host Harjinder Thind, who urged him to go to police.

“And three months later… he came back and said nobody’s helping me,” Thind told CTV News. “There’s no adequate help for these kinds of kids or their parents. There’s a helpline set up, but that helpline is not very helpful.”

Surrey-Shots fired3Surrey RCMP confirmed they have been speaking with the family since last spring.

“We applaud any family that wants the best for their adult child, however we cannot speak to the capacity of what actions we have taken under the circumstances due to privacy concerns,” Mounties said in an email to CTV News.

“Parents/guardians are not privy to personal information regarding their adult children, and that would include any matters that are under investigation.”

The Public Safety Minister Mike Morris says he is not aware of this case, adding that if no arrest has been made, there’s a reason.

“Police can’t arrest somebody unless there's reasonable probable grounds to do so,” said Morris. “They have to have the information that will stand up in court."

Regardless, this father feels he’s been left on his own to pull his son away from a life of crime.

“We are begging everyone. Please, help us. Please – fix this problem,” he said. “I love my son. I can’t stop him.”

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