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Alleged Hells Angels member committed to trial on Project Forseti charges

A Saskatoon man who police say is a full-patch Hells Angels member will stand trial in connection to the Project Forseti drug busts.

In Saskatoon Provincial Court on Tuesday, both the Crown and defence consented to committing Rob David Allen, 35, to trial without holding a preliminary hearing.

Allen was charged with two counts of trafficking cocaine as part of the province-wide raids in January 2015. During his court appearance Tuesday, Allen heard new charges laid against him: possession of a prohibited weapon, possession of oxycodone and possession of hydromorphone.

The charges stem from Jan. 14, 2015, the same day the Project Forseti arrests took place.

Trial dates for Allen have yet to be scheduled.
 

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Gang house in Edmonton neighbourhood affect sales: Realtor

Situated next door to a known Hells Angels clubhouse has made selling neighbouring homes tough -- but not impossible, says realtors.

Gang house in Edmonton neighbourhood affect sales: Realtor

Police are on scene at a Hell's Angels house on 81 Avenue and 159 Street in Edmonton, Alta., on Wednesday, April 23, 2014. Ten search warrants were executed by Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams as part of an ongoing investigation into the motorcycle club. Codie McLachlan/Edmonton Sun

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‘Hells Angels’ Feature Rides Over To Writer-Producer Rob Weiss

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Hells Angel bikie in custody, partner released on bail over drug charges

A HELLS Angels bikie has been held in custody but his girlfriend was released on bail after they were both charged with drug trafficking.

Hussain Alzuain, 28, and Ella Kate Major, 24, are both yet to plead to trafficking in a controlled drug after police pulled over a car near their Ferryden Park home about 2.30pm on Monday .

Prosecutors today told the Adelaide Magistrates Court they did not oppose Ms Major being released on bail.

The charges relate to the seizure of more than 30g of methamphetamine and cash that was allegedly found in the car.

Police have further alleged they also found a small amount of illicit drugs and items connected to drug trafficking at their home.

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Finger tattoos gave wanted Hells Angel away to alert Mountie

~~San Diego club member ordered deported from Canada to face U.S. charges~~

It was his tattoos that gave American Hells Angel and fugitive Troy Andrew Scholder away.

An alert Mountie noticed H-A-M-C across the fingers of his right hand, for Hells Angels Motorcycle Club, and D-A-G-O across the left, for the San Diego chapter.

Scholder, 33, was caught during a routine traffic stop near Langley’s Willowbrook mall on May 8.

He said he had arrived in Canada on May 6, despite being on the lam since August 2011. And he told the RCMP that he had hitchhiked here and crossed the border without identification documents while sleeping on the back seat of a stranger’s car.

On Friday, Immigration Board member Laura Ko ordered Scholder deported and told him he was inadmissible to re-enter Canada because of his own criminal history and because the San Diego Hells Angels qualified as a criminal organization under Canadian immigration laws.

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Hell’s Angels Motorcycle Club Raided By San Francisco Police

SFPD Raids Hell’s Angels Motorcycle Club

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Police served a search warrant at the Hells Angels motorcycle club headquarters in San Francisco's Dogpatch neighborhood Wednesday morning, according to a San Francisco police spokesman.

The warrant was served around 5 a.m. in the 1100 block of Tennessee Street, where the "Frisco" local chapter of the club is based.

One person was arrested and taken into custody from the headquarters Wednesday morning, San Francisco police spokesman Officer Albie Esparza said.

The raid only involved the San Francisco police Gang Task Force, he said.

Following the arrest, police left the clubhouse around 8:15 a.m.

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Hells Angels erect picket fence that would not shame Toorak

The Hells Angels new white picket fence in Thomastown. Picture: Carmelo Bazzano

The Hells Angels new white picket fence in Thomastown. Picture: Carmelo Bazzano Source: News Corp Australia

THE Hells Angels now have a Melbourne home with a white picket fence.

The new fence is part of a “Federation-style villa’’ renovation to the infamous Nomads clubhouse in Thomastown, home of some of its most infamous members.

The fence, made of steel, replaces reinforced red gum sleepers — considered almost impenetrable to gunfire.

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Qld trio held in jail over extortion ring

THREE men allegedly involved in a bikie drug and extortion racket will remain behind bars for now.

The trio was arrested in dawn raids on the Gold Coast on Monday.

Alleged Hells Angels members Christopher Bloomfield, 23, and Rhys Tracey Mirkin, 30, were remanded in custody at the Southport Magistrates Court on Tuesday.

Suspected gang associate Brady Van Rooigen, 25, was also remanded in custody.

Police say they were involved in supplying the drug ice and threatening others with violence to recover debts.

One victim was bashed and others were forced to hand over their cars, according to detectives.

The trio is facing extortion, drugs and association charges while Bloomfield and Van Rooigen are also charged with assault.

Bloomfield was once a promising rugby league player who was included in the Gold Coast Titans' junior squad.

None of the men applied for bail and their cases were adjourned until July 4.

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The Last LOUD Ride for a Local Hells Angels Biker

It was a heavy metal thunder funeral procession with more than one hundred Harleys and Hells Angels bikers wearing their club colours in Edmonton last night.

Dozens of Hells Angels and their biker associates gathered at a club house off 66th Street in north Edmonton before the rumbling ride to the Edmonton Cemetery on 107th Avenue near 118th Street. Police put the bike count at 110 or more and most of the riders were displaying Hells Angels or affiliated colours on their leather vests. The Harleys fired up and made their way into the heart of the city for the last ride of a man believed to be an influential local biker.

Police assisted the Hells Angels with traffic control as required at key intersections and as one officer says “they were respectful to us and we were respectful to them.”  The heavy metal procession caught the eyes of hundreds of people who saw and heard the bikers passing by.

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Biker Éric Leclerc charged with attempted murder

~~Victim Claude Fleury refuses to help police investigate shooting~~

 

MONTREAL — A man who was kicked out of the Hells Angels because of his problems with drug addiction is expected to appear in court Tuesday in an attempted murder case involving a recent downtown shooting.

Éric Leclerc, 43, was charged on Saturday with the attempted murder of 36-year-old Claude Fleury, a victim who refused to help the Montreal police in their investigation of the early Friday morning shooting. Leclerc is scheduled to return to the Montreal courthouse Tuesday for a bail hearing that is likely to be a mere formality. He was still serving a 15-month sentence for armed robbery when he was arrested Friday.

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