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Convicted drug trafficker sought for deportation

Xun Zhang, who also goes by the aliases Ricky Zhang, Tim Xun Chen, Tim Wong, Sam Cheng and Zhang Xun, is considered inadmissible in Canada for “serious criminality.”  -
Xun Zhang, who also goes by the aliases Ricky Zhang, Tim Xun Chen, Tim Wong, Sam Cheng and Zhang Xun, is considered inadmissible in Canada for “serious criminality.”
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UPDATE: Xun Zhang was arrested in Richmond on Thursday.

A convicted drug trafficker, whose last known address was in Richmond, is being sought by Ottawa for deportation.

Today, Canada Border Services released a list of individuals who are the subject of a Canada-wide warrant for their removal.

Xun Zhang, who also goes by the aliases Ricky Zhang, Tim Xun Chen, Tim Wong, Sam Cheng and Zhang Xun, is considered inadmissible in Canada for “serious criminality,” the agency said.

Zhang, 32, has also been convicted of assault, robbery, theft and conspiracy to produce a controlled substance.

Anybody who has seen Zhang is asked to take no action, and instead report him to Border Watch Line at 1-888-502-9060.

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