Thursday, July 4, 2019

Ontario Hells Angel pleads guilty in Nova Scotia drug case



TBM Scandinavia is reporting on an article from the Chronicle Herald which states that "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" where two kilos of cocaine were seized.

"Police said Monahan is a hang-around member of the New Brunswick Nomads Hells Angels chapter and Heickert is a full-patch member of the Hells Angels chapter in Oshawa, Ont."

Mark Heickert is a member of the Hells Angels in Oshawa. Hells Angels associate Sean Heickert was found guilty of the November 2007 murder of Bekim Zeneli which set off the Winnipeg gang war. He murdered one of their own guys so the Ontario Hells Angels could take over the Thompson drug trade from the Winnipeg Hells Angels. Sh*t Forever, Forever Sh*t.

2 comments:

  1. Two down, many more to go....good job by The Real Police™.

    There's an old saying, "You're either part of the problem or part of the solution".

    If you wear the uniform, I have a question for you. "What did you do today to solve the problem?" If you just went out and got through your shift, the answer is "Nothing", and you didn't really give an often apathetic citizenry full value for their money. If you're a cop, you aren't being paid to match their level of apathy, you are supposed to be making a difference, and if you didn't, then you aren't The Real Police™, you're just another stuffed shirt of which there are too many already. You may not always be able to arrest them, but you can sure as shit cramp their style. Traffic stops. Be imaginative. Be disruptive. Be a PITA to the criminal element. If you can't win, at least don't lose. Make them work for it. Constant pressure will make them make mistakes you can take advantage of. If I was pushing a squad I'd be driving by the local HA/puppet clubhouse every day, if only to remind myself why I was out there. I wish you all "Good Hunting!"

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  2. the H.A.'s human resource dept. out to start looking for a better calibre of worker. These idiots get caught even in their old age. Those guys need to get a new job. Pled guilty, oh, my.

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