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torsdag 30 augusti 2012
Hells Angels raid
Kelowna Hells Angels VP charged in international drug bust
RCMP say they have taken out some of the highest levels of organized
crime in B.C. in an extensive 20-month long investigation that spanned
the Okanagan and four countries.
Project E-Predicate involved
officers from detachments across the province, along with various U.S.
police agencies, the Mexican Federal Police and authorities in Panama.
The Hells Angels clubhouse in Kelowna was one of five locations in B.C. searched on Saturday afternoon.
RCMP allege that seven men were involved in plans to import and traffic 500 kilograms of cocaine into B.C.
million cash in alleged drug money was seized, along with several
handguns and an assault rifle. Some of the cash on display at the press
conference Monday was visibly moldy, but RCMP refused to comment on why
that might be.
“These groups show a complete disregard for
Canadian families, and public safety,” says Superintendent Brian Cantera
of the RCMP Drug Enforcement Branch in B.C.
“The flow of marijuana, synthetic drugs and cocaine continues to be international in scope.”
RCMP confirm that they were able to infiltrate the Hells Angels, but would not provide further details.
senior members of the Hells Angels have been charged with conspiracy to
import and traffic a controlled substance, including Kelowna Vice
President David Giles. Also charged are Kevin Van Kalkeren, Michael Read
and James Howard.
Orhan Saydam, Murray Trekofksi and Shawn Womacks have also been charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking.
A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for the arrest of Brian Oldham, who is also charged with possession.