Sunday, 12 December 2010

Ex-Hells Angel named in Nova Scotia slaying

Ex-Hells Angel named in Nova Scotia slaying: "Jeffrey Albert Lynds, 42, of Nova Scotia. He, too, is a former Hells Angel, and he is in custody in Montreal while he faces two first-degree murder charges in connection with the deaths of two South Shore men. The men were fatally shot in the parking lot of a McDonald's restaurant in January.
The victims, Kirk Murray, 47, and Anthony Onesi, 51, were shot as they sat inside a car parked outside the restaurant on St. Jacques St. W.
Police sources have said the double slaying probably involved a drug deal gone bad.
On Thursday, as the RCMP were beginning their search of a wooded area near Truro, Gerald Leslie MacCabe, 43, was charged in Truro provincial court with being an accessory after the fact to murder in the death of Randy Mersereau, 48, a former member of the Hells Angels' Nova Scotia chapter who was last seen alive on Oct. 31, 1999. The charge against MacCabe identifies Lynds as the person who killed Mersereau."

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Hells Angels held in Salmon Arm weapons bust

Hells Angels held in Salmon Arm weapons bust: "number of weapons charges against a group of Kelowna men police say are associated with the Hells Angels motorcycle club has risen.
The four, who were arrested after police seized a small arsenal of weapons from a vehicle last Thursday night, made two court appearances in Salmon Arm on Monday and Tuesday.
Court records indicate the number of charges against the group has doubled since last week. One of the men has also had new charges added relating to a separate incident in Kelowna.
Carl Ryan Ennis, 39, Dennis John Miner, 35, Cory Joseph Montemurro, 40, and Joseph Bruce Skreptak, 43, each face four counts of possession of a prohibited/restricted firearm with ammunition, two counts of occupying a vehicle in which there is a firearm, one count of storage of a firearm contrary to regulation and possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose."

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Napier P raids linked to swoop on Hell's Angels HQ - Local News - Hawke's Bay Today

Napier P raids linked to swoop on Hell's Angels HQ - Local News - Hawke's Bay Today: "intensive two-month investigation into the methamphetamine (P) trade in Hawke's Bay led to raids on seven houses in Napier this morning and the arrests of six people said to have links with the Hell's Angels gang in Auckland.

As the Napier raids were being carried out armed police swooped on the gang's headquarters in Mount Eden.

Napier Area Commander Kevin Kalff said the operation which had used 'a lot of resources' had focused on the distribution and selling of methamphetamine.

Those arrested had allegedly been buying 'large' quantities of P from the Hell's Angels in Auckland and selling it from a suburban house in Napier.

'The dealers were also allegedly distributing the drug to other dealers in the city for on-selling.'"

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Arrests in Methamphetamine operation | infonews.co.nz New Zealand's local news community

Arrests in Methamphetamine operation infonews.co.nz New Zealand's local news community: "Seven people will be appearing in court in Napier and Auckland today after police targeted a group of Hawke's Bay methamphetamine dealers with links to the Hells Angels gang in Auckland.

Napier Area Commander Inspector Kevin Kalff said the arrests were the result of an intensive two-month operation focussing on the distribution and selling of methamphetamine in Hawke's Bay. Police allege the drug dealers arrested today have been buying large quantities of P from the Hells Angels in Auckland and selling it from a suburban house in Napier. The dealers were also allegedly distributing the drug to other dealers in the city for on-selling.

Six people will be appearing in the Napier District Court today, while one person will be appearing in the Manukau District Court.

Police today searched seven houses in Napier while Auckland police searched the Hells Angels headquarters in Mt Eden and a South Auckland house. One man was arrested there on charges of supplying methamphetamine.

Mr Kalff said the operation revealed large quantities of the drug were being sold in the local community by dealers. Today's arrests would severely disrupt the flow of P coming into the Hawke's Bay region."

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Driver arrested after multi-vehicle crash - National - NZ Herald News

Driver arrested after multi-vehicle crash - National - NZ Herald News: "man faces a charge of driving while incapable after crashing into several parked vehicles near a busy Auckland intersection today.
He is alleged to have hit four parked vehicles during a late morning incident near the intersection of Dominion Rd and Valley Rd in the inner city suburb of Mt Eden.
The man was assessed by ambulance staff, but did not want further medical treatment, police spokeswoman Noreen Hegarty said.
Two other people were taken to hospital for observation.
Police were alerted at 10.52am and were told by witnesses that a car was driven in an 'erratic and dangerous manner' before hitting other vehicles.
The driver was taken into custody by members of the Armed Offenders Squad, who happened to be in the area as part of a drug operation targeting the Hells Angels' gang headquarters in a nearby street.
Ralph Ingram, manager of the Videon video store on Dominion Road"

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Eleven arrests after police drug raids on gang | Stuff.co.nz

Eleven arrests after police drug raids on gang Stuff.co.nz: "Police arrested 11 people in raids in Auckland, Napier and Hamilton targeting alleged methamphetamine suppliers linked to the Hell's Angels motorcycle gang.
While searching the Hell’s Angels headquarters, police found approximately four grams of methamphetamine, $20,000 in cash, scales and small plastic bags used for dealing methamphetamine.
There were also three crossbows with bolts and arrows found in gang members’ bedrooms.
Police are continuing inquiries to find people connected with these items.
A 39-year-old Auckland debt collector, who is also a Hell’s Angels gang member, appeared in the Auckland District Court earlier today.
After searching his home, police found two police batons and a large quantity of cash.
They also seized a Harley Davidson motorbike, which they alleged had been used in drug dealing offences."

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Thursday, 9 December 2010

Tamworth bikies among 16 charged on drugs

Tamworth bikies among 16 charged on drugs: "total of 12 men and four women, aged between 20 and 50, have been charged after the raids in Tamworth.
'Police will allege two members of the Tamworth chapter of the Rebels Outlaw Motorcycle Gang were among those charged,' police said in a statement.
'Investigations are continuing and further arrests are likely.'
Drugs worth $30,800 have been seized, including methylamphetamine (the drug also known as ice) with an estimated street value of $20,000.
Police also found 300 ecstasy (MDMA) tablets with a street value of $9000 and cannabis with a street value of $1800.
More than $9500 in cash was seized"

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Monday, 6 December 2010

ALEXANDRIA, Va. Beach motorcycle gang member sent to prison for gun sale..

Bikers Of America, Know Your Rights!: Virginia - ALEXANDRIA, Va. Beach motorcycle gang member sent to prison for gun sale..: "former Navy SEAL and onetime president of the Mongols motorcycle gang’s Virginia Beach chapter was sentenced Friday to 18 months in prison for selling a machine gun he brought back from Iraq.
Justin “Itchy” Wilson, 30, also will serve three years of probation. He pleaded guilty in Alexandria federal court to illegally possessing and transferring a machine gun.
The government, according to court papers, sought a 2½-year sentence citing evidence of a plot to commit insurance fraud as well as Wilson’s affiliation with “a dangerous gang.” The government also alleged that Wilson obtained the weapon from an Iraqi insurgent he had shot dead. Wilson denied that.
“A lengthy period of incarceration will also send an important message that individuals who seek to sell war trophy weapons in the United States will be punished,” a federal prosecutor wrote to the judge."

The threat of dictatorship in Spain

The threat of dictatorship in Spain: "The decision by the Spanish government to use the army to seize airport control towers so as to defeat a wildcat strike by air traffic controllers is a warning to the entire working class.
The government of Prime Minister José Luis Zapatero of the Spanish Socialist Workers Party (PSOE) has handed broad powers to the military by imposing a “state of alert,” nullifying basic democratic rights. The action exposes the thoroughly rightwing character of this “socialist” government. In its determination to impose the will of the financial aristocracy, it is taking measures that have not been seen since the end of the fascist regime of General Franco in 1975."

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