A lawsuit launched against a Surrey man who won $1 million in the lottery has prompted new warnings about how to protect yourself.
The civil claim filed in B.C. Supreme Court calls for the four plaintiffs to be paid $200,000 each.
Armaan Singh Chandi was found guilty on six charges, including attempted murder, using a restricted firearm and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle.
Crown and defence ultimately agreed the “mere presence of a cell phone within sight of a driver is not enough to secure a conviction.”
Jesse Diamond Noel was under a 10-year firearm prohibition at the time, as a result of a 2012 conviction for robbery.
The weekend has seen clashes outside the Anita’s Place camp as police and the city seek to address safety concerns.
This comes one day after the United States announced criminal charges against China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd.