Friday, May 19, 2017

Face of a Killer - Johnny Steven Drynock

Charges have been laid in connection with a fatal daylight shooting in Surrey two months ago. Birinderjeet Bhangu was gunned down in broad daylight on March 13 outside a hotel in the 8200-block of 166 Street. Johnny Steven Drynock, 22, has now been charged with first-degree murder.

Bhangu was a well recognized gangster with links to the Red Scorpions and Wolf Pack. He had a criminal record dating back more than a decade for driving offences, property crimes and drug trafficking.
IHIT released footage Friday of the suspect in the March 13th murder of gangster Birinderjeet Bhangu outside a Surrey hotel.
Bhangu, 29, was a well-known gangster. He had a criminal record dating back more than a decade. He had just parked his Acura in front of the Comfort Inn Hotel when the suspect walked over to the driver’s side of Bhangu’s car and started shooting.

The killer was driving a Nissan Pathfinder that was recovered in Kelowna the next day.