FBI Fugitives Arrested In Windsor, Ontario

WINDSOR, ON, Oct. 31 /CNW/ - Members of the Immigration Task Force (ITF) in concert with the Windsor Police Service and the RCMP Windsor Detachment have apprehended two Ontario men wanted by the FBI for Conspiracy to Commit Federal Crimes.

On October 30th, 2009 provisional warrants were issued by a Superior Court Judge in Ontario for the arrest of Mohammad Al-Sahli (age 33) and Yassir Ali Kahn (age 30) both from the Windsor, Ontario area.

At approximately 8 a.m. on the 31th of October, 2009, both were located at the residences in Windsor, Ontario and were apprehended without incident.

Al-Sahli and Kahn are currently in custody and will appear before a Superior Court Judge on Monday to face extradition to the US.

The Immigration Task Force is a high-risk fugitive apprehension unit. It is composed of members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Canada Border Services Agency and Provincial ROPE members from the Ontario Provincial Police and the Toronto Police Service.

SOURCE Royal Canadian Mounted Police

For further information: For further information: Sgt. Marc LaPorte, RCMP "O" Division, Media Relations, Cell: (416) 992-4409


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