Two suspects charged for murder of Hells Angel in Surrey drive-thru

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Nathan James De Jong and Calvin Junior Powery-Hooker, both born in 1998, each face a charge of murder, according to provincial court documents.

Two men have been charged with murder in the Friday shooting death of a Hells Angel at a drive-thru in South Surrey.

Nathan James De Jong and Calvin Junior Powery-Hooker, both born in 1998, each face a charge of murder, according to court documents. The men made their first court appearance Saturday and are set to next appear in Surrey provincial court on Tuesday.

They have been charged for the shooting death of 43-year-old Suminder (Ali) Grewal, a member of the biker gang’s newest B.C. chapter, who was killed Friday morning at the Southpoint Exchange Mall in South Surrey.

Surrey RCMP said the shooting occurred around 9:20 a.m. in the drive-thru shared by Envision Financial and a Starbucks in the 3000-block of 152 Street.

Cpl. Elaine Sturko said first responders tried unsuccessfully to revive a man with gunshot wounds. Grewal was pronounced dead at the scene.

Witnesses reported to police that two people were seen fleeing in a vehicle and later on foot. Police said officers were able to intercept the suspected vehicle and arrest two men who remain in custody.

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