Meninder Dhaliwal Whistler Shooting Death Video, Brothers Keepers Gangster Killed Dhaliwal This information is intended to inform you about the shooting incident that resulted in two men losing their lives. According to the source, there was a shooting incident in Whistler Village. One man was found dead and another was taken to hospital. He was later declared dead at the hospital. Two men were killed and another victim in the shooting incident have been confirmed by the Integrated Homicide Squad. The victims of Sunday’s shooting incident were Meninder Dhaliwal (Integrated Homicide Investigation Team) and Satinder Gill (Integrated Homicide Investigation Team).
Meninder Dhaliwal Whistler Shooting Death Video
Two victims were identified by the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team. They are also known to police. This homicide case was believed to be a targeted shooting that resulted from ongoing Lower Mainland gang conflict. What happened to this shooting incident? According to reports, Satinder Gill and Meninder Dhaliwal were both shot to death Sunday night at daylight.
According to reports, the Sea-to-Sky Whistler RCMP received several calls from a passerby who heard multiple shots close to the Sundial Boutique Hotel in Whistler. It is located at the 4300-block Sundial Crescent. According to the source, Meninder Dhaliwal was not the target of the shooter. However, his friend Satinder Gill was also a victim of the shooting. Satinder Gill, however, was not part the gang and had nothing to do with the Lower Mainland gang conflict. He was still shot and died at the hospital. His friend Meninder Dhaliwal died on the spot.
Officers were quick to respond and arrived quickly at the scene. They managed to track down and arrest the suspect shooter as well as gang members. According to the source, 8 people were arrested by police for their involvement in the murder of Meninder Dhaliwal. IHIT Sgt. Timothy Pierotti stated that “this incident is believed to have been a targeted one.” Thank you to Sea-to-Sky RCMP Officers for their prompt response.