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16
Aug
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Hells Angels pay respects to slain B.C. biker Suminder Grewal

More than 250 Hells Angels joined family and friends of murdered Hardside biker Suminder (Allie) Grewal at a Delta funeral home on Friday.

More than 250 Hells Angels joined family and friends of murdered Hardside biker Suminder (Allie) Grewal at a Delta funeral home on Friday.

Wearing their “colours” — leather vests with Hells Angels deadheads on the back — they arrived in formation on Harleys and in cars from as far away as the Maritimes, Ontario and Quebec.

They wore black commemorative armbands with Grewal’s nickname, Allie, on them.

Grewal was shot to death about 9:20 a.m. on Aug. 2, as he sat in his Dodge Viper in a Starbucks drive-thru in South Surrey.

Two young Edmonton men, Calvin Junior Powery-Hooker, 20, and Nathan James De Jong, 21, were arrested nearby and have been charged with first-degree murder. Their next court appearance is Aug. 27.

Wed
07
Aug
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Fifteen charged in drug and human trafficking ring involving biker gangs: OPP

Fifteen people are facing close to 200 charges in a police probe targeting biker gang members who trafficked in drugs and persons in several Ontario cities.

OPP Supt. Bryan MacKillop said that his service and police in Ottawa, Niagara Region and Sudbury started investigating a group in June 2018, based on the suspicion that they were trafficking in cocaine, fentanyl and forcing women into the sex trade.

“These were people who were important figures in outlaw motorcycle gangs across the province,” MacKillop said.

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Drugs and gun

Drugs, cash and a gun seized during Project Skylark are shown in an OPP handout image.

Sat
03
Aug
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Two suspects charged for murder of Hells Angel in Surrey drive-thru

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.

Fri
02
Aug
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Hells Angel shot dead at Starbucks drive-thru in South Surrey

Two people seen fleeing the scene were apprehended and are in custody.

For the second time in a year, a full-patch member of the Hells Angels Hardside chapter has been murdered.

Postmedia has confirmed that Suminder “Ali” Grewal, a member of the notorious biker gang’s newest B.C. chapter, was shot dead Friday morning at the Southpoint Exchange mall in South Surrey.

Surrey RCMP said the shooting occurred around 9:20 a.m. in the drive-through shared by Envision Financial and Starbucks.

“Officers arrived and located a male suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. Emergency Health Services attended. Despite all attempts to revive the individual, the male succumbed to his injuries,” Surrey RCMP Cpl. Elaine Sturko said.

Two people were seen fleeing the scene in a vehicle and later on foot. Sturko said both were apprehended and are in custody.

“Initial indications are that this is a targeted incident,” said Sturko.

Fri
02
Aug
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Yesterday's arrest at a New Sudbury gas station part of outlaw biker bust

Ottawa, Niagara, Sudbury and OPP operation targeted drug trafficking operation

It turns out that arrest at a New Sudbury Petro Canada station on Aug. 1 was related to a joint operation aimed at what police say is a network of drug-trafficking outlaw bikers.

Greater Sudbury Police didn't release any information about the arrest yesterday, but this morning finally revealed a few details of what went on.

 

GSPS was part of a joint operation involving Niagara Police Service, Ottawa Police Service and the OPP's Biker Enforcement Unit. The target: outlaw motorcylce clubs associated with the Hells Angels, namely Hells Angels Nomads, and the Red Devils Motorcycle Club and the Hooligans Motorcycle Club, both of which police say function as farm teams for the Hells Angels.

Sat
13
Jul
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Quebec's biker war started 25 years ago today

(video) --- On July 13, 1994, in the aftermath of an ultimatum issued by the Hells Angels, three men walked into a motorcycle shop on Henri-Bourassa Blvd. E. and killed Pierre Daoust.

“(Quebec’s biker war) was already hatching, but (it started) from July 13 (1994), because that was the first murder — a guy named Pierre Daoust, in his Harley shop, on Henri-Bourassa (Blvd.). And after that, it was clear (the war had begun).”
— Normand Brisebois, a former rival of the Hells Angels, testifying in court in 1996 after becoming an informant in a murder conspiracy case

On July 13, 1994, three men walked into a motorcycle shop on Henri-Bourassa Blvd. E. in Rivière-des-Prairies and killed Pierre Daoust.

Wed
10
Jul
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No Major Incidents During Hells Angels Ride Though Province

It was a wary truce, but a gathering of outlaw motorcycle gangs in the province stayed relatively peaceful.

Staff Sergeant Steve Conohan is with RCMP Criminal Intelligence. He says a large group of Hells Angels from New Brunswick, along with Bacchus club members and supports were in the province, and have since left.

He says RCMP and RNC were watching them the entire time, and were in no way subtle about it.

He says as soon as the one-percenters arrived RCMP met with their leadership to talk about expectations, and they made their presence known every step of the way during their stay.

He says the overwhelming majority of motorcycle clubs in the province are law-abiding riders.

No Major Incidents During Hells Angels Ride Though Province

Wed
03
Jul
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Ontario Hells Angel pleads guilty in Nova Scotia drug case

A member of the Hells Angels outlaw motorcycle club from Ontario has pleaded guilty to drug-related charges in Nova Scotia.

Mark David Heickert, 50, of Orillia pleaded guilty last week in Dartmouth provincial court to three charges: conspiracy to traffic cocaine, conspiracy to possess proceeds of crime and breaching his release conditions by having contact with members of the Hells Angels or affiliated clubs.

Heickert and an Eastern Shore man – Paul Francis Monahan of Ostrea Lake - were arrested in November 2017 following a nine-month police investigation that included undercover officers.

RCMP executed search warrants at homes in Ostrea Lake and Orillia and at the Hells Angels clubhouse in Musquodoboit Harbour.

Tue
02
Jul
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Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs on Island This Week Warns Police

RCMP are renewing their warning about outlaw motorcycle gangs expected on the island throughout the week.

Police say members of the public may see outlaw motorcycle riders driving in formation on the highway, passing vehicles,blocking intersections, and congregating at stops along the highway.

Police are urging people not to engage with gang members and report sightings and suspected illegal activity to police. You can bla bla bla......

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20
Jun
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Biker funeral in Montreal attended by hundreds of Hells Angels, surrounded by police

While he was involved in a bloody war between the Hells Angels and Rock Machine, André (Frisé) Sauvageau received a phone call he probably hadn’t thought possible.

It was Dec. 19, 2000, and Sauvageau, a founding member of the Rock Machine, had spent the previous six years looking over his shoulder as the two groups fought over drug-trafficking turf in Montreal. Police never identified the person on the other end of the line, but the call came from a cellphone owned by Richard (Dick) Mayrand, who was at the time one of the most powerful Hells Angels in Quebec.

During the call, Sauvageau was told that, as far as the Hells Angels were concerned, “the door (was) always open” to him. He defected to the Hells soon after and remained a member of the gang till his death May 26.

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