Update: Ex-Hells Angel dies after being gunned down in R.D.P. parking lot

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Vincent Lamer, a 48-year-old former Hells Angel and once a member of Maurice "Mom" Boucher's inner circle, was riddled with bullets Friday.

Vincent Lamer, a 48-year-old former Hells Angel and once a member of Maurice “Mom” Boucher’s inner circle, died early Friday after being riddled with bullets as he sat behind the wheel of his car in a Rivière-des-Prairies parking lot.

Police arrived at the scene of the shooting — the parking lot of an auto repair centre at 55th Ave. and la Marinière St. — at a little after midnight to find Lamer slumped behind the wheel of his car, multiple bullet wounds to his upper and lower body.

Lamer, who was sentenced to 10 years in 2002 after pleading guilty to drug trafficking, gangsterism and conspiracy to commit murder, was a close associate of Boucher, whose Nomad chapter of the Hells Angels in Quebec was on the front line of a criminal biker gang war that racked the province for nearly a decade.

Lamer was declared dead in hospital as investigators deployed tracking dogs and began to examine the recordings of whatever surveillance cameras are in the area to establish the circumstances behind his murder.

Police early Friday were not making any immediate link between Lamer’s murder and the discovery two hours later of a torched car on Henri-Julien Ave. in the city’s Rosemont district. The vehicle, which had been reported stolen, was severely damaged after a fire was set in its interior.

Lamer’s slaying was the 20th homicide recorded this year by Montreal police.

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