March, 2012

Drug smuggler linked to Hells Angels and Mexican cartel gets 13 years

Saturday, March 31st, 2012

A Washington State judge hit a Canadian man with links to Hells Angels in B.C. and a Mexican drug cartel with a 13 year term. He was convicted on smuggling pot and coke across two borders. Things went wrong when he hired an undercover agent to move drugs for him.

Rock Machine rebounds in Quebec

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

It’s like a horror movie, where the monster keeps coming back to life. Rock Machine colours are back on the streets of Quebec, raising obvious fears of a renewal of the violence of the Rock Machine’s war with the Hells Angels over drug turf.

Woodstock area HA charged in break-in

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

It’s not that often that you hear Tavistock and Cambridge mentioned in Hells Angels story, but here’s one, with a man believed to be in the club charged with a break and enter.

Winnipeg Hells Angels hang on to drug market despite major police operations

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Winnipeg police have had plenty of success putting Hells Angels behind bars, but no so much luck getting drugs off the street.

Hells Angels Winnipeg: President’s Harley, member’s colours taken

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

The custom Harley of Manitoba Hells Angels president Dale Donovan has been seized, while a former member agreed to give up his colours to get out of jail. Now authorities are looking at seizing Donovan’s upscale home..

Riots ravage London, Ont. neighbourhood

Sunday, March 18th, 2012

Homes vandalized, vehicles destroyed, riot squad held at bay in London, Ont. Hells Angels? Outlaws? Nope, Fanshawe College students celebrating St. Patrick’s Day by setting an east end street in flames. Hopefully none were studying police foundations. It goes without saying that wasn’t in the neighbourhood of the Hells Angels clubhouse or the kids would have been part of the bonfire.

Hells Angel hitman gets life term

Sunday, March 18th, 2012

A Hells Angels hitman gets a life term for two murders during Quebec’s bikers war. One of his victims was killed in a case of mistaken identity and had nothing to do with the conflict over the drug trade.

Winnipeg Angels ‘flatlined’ by cops

Saturday, March 17th, 2012

In a little bit of cop humour, the Winnipeg police operation that culminated in mass raids this week was called ‘Project Flatlined,’ a not-so-subtle dig at the Hells Angels support club, the Redline Crew. Among the 11 people arrested was Dale Sweeney, the Manitoba Hells Angels president whose massive house was also raided. There are reports that the Rock Machine gang is now in the police’s sights.


Suspect in 22 murders “L’Animal” bagged in Panama

Monday, March 12th, 2012

Michel (L’Animal) Smith of Quebec, a suspect in 22 murders, arrested in Smith, whose aliases  ”Michael Lajoie-Smith” was picked up in a tourist area and faces an expedited extradition hearing.

Hells Angels former ‘castle’ in flames

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

Police are probing why a castle that was a one-time Hells Angels playhouse is now a pile of rubble.