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By the numbers: A look at the low-level drug turf war in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. - A look at the Surrey, B.C., drug turf war:

18: Shootings linked by police to the feud since early March

One: Fatalities — a 22-year-old man shot dead

13: Persons named by police to advance the investigation due to alleged unco-operativeness

20 to 33 years old: Age range of named victims

181: Tips generated by dedicated line

Extra police work over the past eight weeks has resulted in:

1,560: Stopped vehicles

1,859: People checked

305: Arrests (not all resulted in charges, though some may come at later dates)

94: Charges, from weapons to drug trafficking

41: Vehicles seized

54: Weapons seized, including nine guns

100: New Mounties promised by the federal government

$3.5 million over five years: New federal funding for anti-gang Surrey Wrap Project

$270,000: New provincial funding for Wrap

70: Students enrolled in the Wrap

17: Staff dedicated to Wrap

400 over six years: Total students who've participated in Wrap

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