Three facing charges after raid on Oshawa home allegedly linked to Hells Angels

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ORILLIA, Ont. -- Provincial police say a woman and two men are facing a dozen charges each after searches at an Oshawa, Ont., home allegedly linked to the Hells Angels.

Police say weapons, ammunition, drugs and outlaw motorcycle gang paraphernalia were seized.

They say the seizure supports recent reports of rising tensions and violence between the Hells Angels and Outlaws MC groups and their support clubs.

Three people from Oshawa -- a 26-year-old woman and men aged 32 and 33 -- face charges that include careless storage of a firearm, unauthorized possession of firearms, and possession of GHB for the purposes of trafficking.

OPP say they are searching for a fourth suspect.

The three accused were to appear for a bail hearing Monday in an Oshawa court.

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