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Vancouver Police re-arrest repeat offender accused of threatening a security guard with a knife

Repeat offender Mohammed Adada has been re-arrested after failing to show up to a scheduled court appearance.

Mohammed Adada allegedly pulled out a knife and threatened to stab a security guard, on October 27 around 7:30 p.m at a Vancouver Hotel. He was later arrested and released on bail with a promise to appear in court.

After Mohammed Adada failed to appear in court there was a B.C. wide warrant for his arrest. A tipster saw Mohammed Adada in Port Moody on Sunday and called the police to report where he is. He was then taken in to custody by the Vancouver Police and returned to jail.

Adada has been found guilty of five separate assaults since May 2021, according to Vancouver police, and is “considered a threat to public safety.”

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Jordan
Jordan
Jordan is a casual reporter for BC Rise
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