The Toronto Star is reporting that "Twenty-seven people - including three full-patch Hells Angels - have been arrested in what police call a crackdown on a drug and gun trafficking ring. The 13-month operation called Project Coyote pooled the efforts of Toronto police, the Ontario Provincial Police, the Windsor Police Service and the Belleville Police Service, against the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club, the affiliated Red Devils Motorcycle club and an unidentified street gang."
Police seized 16 kilos of cociane, 6 kilos of crystal meth and 1.5 kilos of fentanyl. Well done.
"Nicholas Runnalls, 43, who police say is a full-patch Hells Angel from Trenton, faces 22 charges, including participation in a criminal organization.
Police said other Hells Angels charged were Jesse Thibert, 43, of Lakeshore, charged with participation in a criminal organization and commission of an offence for a criminal organization and Mark Stewart, 43, of Belleville, charged with conspiracy to commit an indictable offence." Full list of people charged.
Damon Ryan was busted again by the OPP earlier this month.
Now, is the "criminal organization" going to be the HAMC or just those arrested?ReplyDelete
It was done with the local president's permission.Delete
That’s going to mess up the Toy Runs.ReplyDelete
People keep saying that but I never see them at a toy run.Delete
1.5 kilos of fentanyl, wow what a group of absolute scum. Time to get marched into Lake Ontario, dirt baggery at its finest.ReplyDelete
The question is, were they going to sell the fentanyl to people who wanted it or were they going to lace the other drugs with it and not tell anyone. A nurse died in Shakerz because she bought cocaine but was given fentanyl instead. Now they are also selling fentanyl while trying to pass it off as crystal meth. You can't even trust your dealer:Delete
Exactly, I have seen it personally happen. People think they know their drugs until they have to be told they were just brought back with narcan.Delete
Any scoop on Mark Andrew Desmarais Kamloops ?ReplyDelete
Sounds like the Crown should appeal his release. Either way, he is now on the radar: https://www.castanetkamloops.net/news/Kamloops/413126/Crown-drops-charges-after-judge-rules-drugs-found-in-Kamloops-were-during-illegal-searchDelete