Saturday, April 20, 2019

Hells Angels targeted in early morning raids in Quebec, New Brunswick

A total of 32 people were arrested in a series of early morning raids on Thursday targeting drug-trafficking networks in eastern Quebec and New Brunswick with alleged ties to the Hells Angels. The raids, conducted by the Sûreté du Québec, were carried out in 20 different communities across the two provinces, including in the Lower St. Lawrence region, the Gaspé and the Magdalen Islands. (CBC)

Surrey murder victim survived earlier shooting in Richmond

VANCOUVER - In December, Bikramjit (Bicky) Khakh was with his associate when the other man was shot at Lansdowne Mall. Khakh wasn’t injured, but the other man, Harb Dhaliwal, suffered serious injuries during the Dec. 21 attack in Richmond. (Vancouver Sun)
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  • Devil’s Army boss released on bail in murder case

    VICTORIA - Devil’s Army president Richard “Ricky” Alexander has been released on $600,000 bail after being charged last year with first-degree murder. (Vancouver Sun)

    Jury strips Mongols of gang logo

    LOS ANGELES - A Cal­ifornia jury decided Fri­day that the Mongols mo­tor­cycle gang should be stripped of its trademarked logo in a first-of-its-kind ver­dict, federal prosecutors said.(Antelope Valley Press)

    Man arrested, others sought after brazen jewelry store robbery

    TORONTO - A man has been arrested and York Regional Police are searching for additional suspects after a brazen robbery at a jewelry store in Markham’s Markville Mall during the dinner hour on Dec. 30. (Toronto Star)

    Cancun wraps 2018 with at least 540 homicides

    Formerly peaceful Cancún continues to experience shocking levels of cartel violence. The previous annual record for murders was smashed in 2018 with 540, as opposed to 2017’s 227.(Breitbart News)

    Christmas night shooting in North Vancouver leaves a man dead

    NORTH VANCOUVER - Rock Habib-Joumaa, a 25-year-old North Vancouver man, was shot and killed Dec. 25 in a parkade on the 600 block of Seylynn Crescent, just off Highway 1 near Fern Street, say homicide investigators. (Vancouver Sun)

    UN gang hitman sentenced to two life terms for deadly violence

    VANCOUVER - United Nations gang hitman Cory Vallee was handed two life sentences Friday for conspiracy to kill rivals in the Red Scorpion gang, as well as the deadly shooting of Kevin LeClair in a Langley parking lot almost a decade ago. (Vancouver Sun)

    Bikers come from near and far for funeral of BC Hells Angel

    VANCOUVER - More than 300 mourners packed a Maple Ridge church Saturday to remember slain Hells Angel Chad Wilson. Some members of the notorious biker gang and their support clubs arrived on Harleys — many of which had temporary one-day insurance to attend the service at the Maple Ridge Alliance Church on Dewdney Trunk Road. (Vancouver Sun)

    Two street gangsters jailed in gun, arson conspiracy

    Two young men involved in a violent Lower Mainland gang conflict were handed lengthy sentences in B.C. Supreme Court Thursday. Taqdir Singh Gill and Walta Abay, along with five others, were arrested in October 2017 after a Vancouver Police and Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit investigation called Project Temper. Gill and Abay were originally charged with conspiracy to commit murder, as well as other counts. (Vancouver Sun)

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