Head of Rock Machine biker gang arrested in drug bust: report

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Jean-François Émard, the presumed head of biker gang Rock Machine, was among six arrested in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield Thursday morning. The arrests were part of a larger anti-drug operation by the Sûreté du Québec, in which his home was searched and methamphetamine, prescription pills and a loaded weapon were seized. 

The SQ also searched two other locations where drugs, notably cocaine, methamphetamine and weed, were known to be sold. Émard and two of the arrested women, Jessica Chercuitte-Dallaire and Roxanne Gagnon, appeared in court in Valleyfield today.

Émard faced charges of drug trafficking, possession of a firearm, indecent acts and obtaining property by committing a crime. Gagnon also faced charges of drug trafficking and obtaining property by committing a crime, while Chercuitte-Dallaire was charged with drug trafficking.  

Émard was released from prison in April after having spent five months behind bars. 

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