Two men charged after shots fired in Guildford: Surrey RCMP

Police in Surrey say two men have been charged after shots were fired in Guildford on Friday.

Roman Arinder Gill, 24, and Shaun Narinder Gill, 28, are each facing multiple charges in relation to the incident, which occurred near the intersection of 101 Avenue and 156 Street.

The Surrey RCMP says when it responded to reports of the shooting, two male suspects reportedly fled in a blue Range Rover and one pointed a gun at police.

The chase ended at 198 Street and 57 Avenue in Langley. Surrey RCMP worked alongside helicopters, dogs, traffic services and the Langley RCMP to help track down the suspects.

Police say both men are known to them and believed to be connected to the BC Gang Conflict.

Roman Arinder Gill has been charged with assaulting a police officer with a weapon, discharging a firearm and unlawfully possessing a firearm.

Shaun Narinder Gill has been charged with fleeing police and dangerously operating a motor vehicle.

The charges have yet to be proven in court and no further details will be released.

“Thankfully no one was injured during this brazen incident,” said Sgt. Ian MacLellan with the Surrey RCMP.

“We understand shootings put the community on edge and we too find this level of violence to be unnerving. Our team of investigators with the Surrey RCMP General Investigation Unit have worked non-stop to pursue these charges against the suspects.”

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