A male wanted on numerous warrants was arrested in the Langley area by officers with the Uniform Gang Enforcement Team (UGET) of the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU-BC) following a vehicle stop for a Motor Vehicle Act infraction.
On Monday, February 21, CFSEU-BC’s UGET members were on pro-active enforcement patrols in the Langley area in their gang violence suppression role. While near Logan Avenue and 203 Street, officers noticed a vehicle make a Motor Vehicle Act infraction and conducted a vehicle stop.
While dealing with the driver and front passenger of the vehicle, UGET officers observed a male crouching down in the back, appearing to hide. Officers identified the male as 33- year-old Cody Ball from Langley.
Offers arrested Ball on three outstanding arrest warrants:
1. A Canada-wide DNA arrest warrant associated with an Abbotsford Police Department investigation,
2. A B.C.-wide arrest warrant for fail to comply with a probation order associated with a Langley RCMP investigation, and
3. A B.C.-wide arrest warrant for break-and-enter and possession of stolen property associated with a Clinton RCMP investigation.
Officers transported Ball to the Langley RCMP detachment for a later court appearance.
“CFSEU-BC Uniform Gang Enforcement Team members provide a proactive law enforcement presence across the Lower Mainland daily to ensure public safety,” said Superintendent Alison Laurin, Deputy Operations Support Officer for CFSEU-BC. “We are glad that our officers were able to assist our partner agencies by taking a prolific offender off our streets to be held accountable for his alleged crimes.”