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Another Day Another Full Patch Hell's Angel Arrested For Selling Cocaine
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Greg Carr
2017-11-03 01:26:02 UTC
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Police have laid multiple drug trafficking charges against a Halifax
member of the Hells Angels after a nine-month investigation that also
saw an Ontario gang member arrested.
According to a release Thursday, the investigation on drug trafficking
around a member of the Hells Angels in Nova Scotia began in February
2017.
It was led by the Nova Scotia RCMP’s Combined Forces Special
Enforcement Unit, with assistance from RCMP Federal Serious Organized
Crime, Halifax District RCMP, RCMP Emergency Response Team, Halifax
Regional Police, Ontario RCMP, and the Ontario Provincial Police Biker
Enforcement Unit.
As a result, on Wednesday 61-year-old Paul Francis Monahan of Halifax
was arrested in Jeddore, N.S. without incident.
Police said Monahan is a “hang-around” member of the New Brunswick
Nomad Hells Angels Chapter.
Mark David Heickert, 48, of Orillia, Ont. was also arrested at a
residence in Orillia without incident. Heickert is a “full-patch
member” of the Oshawa Hells Angels chapter, police said.
Search warrants were carried out at homes in Ostrea Lake, N.S.,
Orillia, Ont. and at the Hells Angels Clubhouse in Musquodoboit
Harbour.
Police seized two kilograms of cocaine, a sawed off shotgun, a large
quantity of cash, Outlaw Motorcycle Gang paraphernalia, multiple cell
phones and electronics in the home searches.
From the clubhouse, police seized a “small quantity” of hash and
marijuana, a number of unidentified pills, Outlaw Motorcycle Gang
paraphernalia, multiple cellphones, electronics and cash.
Monahan’s charges include:
· Trafficking of a Controlled Substance (marijuana) x 15
· Possession of Proceeds of Crime
· Conspiracy to Traffic in a Controlled Substance (cocaine) x 4
· Conspiracy to Possess Proceeds of Crime
· Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking (methamphetamine).
Heickert has been charged with:
· Conspiracy to Traffic in a Controlled Substance (cocaine) x 4
· Conspiracy to Possess Proceeds of Crime
Monahan was scheduled to appear in Dartmouth provincial court on
Thursday, the same day Heickert will also appear in Ontario provincial
court.
The investigation is ongoing and police said additional charges are
expected.

http://www.metronews.ca/news/halifax/2017/11/02/member-of-hells-angels-from-halifax-charged-clubhouse-searched-police.html
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Keep up your good work RCMP the HAers hate your guts and try to
compromise you but some of us citizens appreciatte your efforts in
this regard. The HAMC have been driven out of Nova Scotia before
hopefully they will again. Last time it was because of law
enforcement, vigilantes and other criminals. Hopefully police can do
it on their own this time.

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l***@fl.it
2017-11-03 11:14:41 UTC
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Post by Greg Carr
Police have laid multiple drug trafficking charges against a Halifax
member of the Hells Angels after a nine-month investigation that also
saw an Ontario gang member arrested.
According to a release Thursday, the investigation on drug trafficking
around a member of the Hells Angels in Nova Scotia began in February
2017.
Snipped for brevity -

Well look at that, long time since there has been a multiple cross
posting :)

So much for the people who say it is safer for the average person when
the HAers are around and keeping the peace.
jvangurp
2017-11-04 11:59:46 UTC
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Post by Greg Carr
Police have laid multiple drug trafficking charges against a Halifax
member of the Hells Angels after a nine-month investigation that also
saw an Ontario gang member arrested.
According to a release Thursday, the investigation on drug trafficking
around a member of the Hells Angels in Nova Scotia began in February
2017.
And so many people will continue to walk around with blinders on arguing that having Hells Angels in the area is good for society. So most ridiculous notion ever. There are a criminal organization, full stop.
HRM Resident
2017-11-04 18:22:27 UTC
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Post by Greg Carr
Police have laid multiple drug trafficking charges against a Halifax
member of the Hells Angels after a nine-month investigation that also
saw an Ontario gang member arrested.
According to a release Thursday, the investigation on drug trafficking
around a member of the Hells Angels in Nova Scotia began in February
2017.
And so many people will continue to walk around with blinders on arguing that having Hells Angels in the area is good for society. So most ridiculous notion ever. There are a criminal organization, full stop.
10-15 years ago the local police and RCMP got rid of them. They
will again. Might take a while, but they will. The law that allows the
gov't to seize their toys (when used in the commission of a crime) was a
big factor . . . gets expensive when your SUVs, bikes, ATVs, boats, etc
are taken by the crown and sold off.

Every criminal organization in history eventually gets stomped out
. . . even Al Capone and his pals . . . and Dapper Don in NYC. I don't
think a dozen motorcycle twits are going to beat out the Canadian
justice system for very long.
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jvangurp
2017-11-04 19:26:20 UTC
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Post by Greg Carr
Police have laid multiple drug trafficking charges against a Halifax
member of the Hells Angels after a nine-month investigation that also
saw an Ontario gang member arrested.
According to a release Thursday, the investigation on drug trafficking
around a member of the Hells Angels in Nova Scotia began in February
2017.
And so many people will continue to walk around with blinders on arguing that having Hells Angels in the area is good for society. So most ridiculous notion ever. There are a criminal organization, full stop.
10-15 years ago the local police and RCMP got rid of them. They
will again. Might take a while, but they will. The law that allows the
gov't to seize their toys (when used in the commission of a crime) was a
big factor . . . gets expensive when your SUVs, bikes, ATVs, boats, etc
are taken by the crown and sold off.
Every criminal organization in history eventually gets stomped out
. . . even Al Capone and his pals . . . and Dapper Don in NYC. I don't
think a dozen motorcycle twits are going to beat out the Canadian
justice system for very long.
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As a bit of local trivia (very local, like to hfx.general), I worked with the Seized Property Management Directorate of the Public Works department to sell their Dutch Village Road clubhouse. I sold maybe 20 or so properties in the region seized through the proceeds of crime legislation. Crown Assets sold the moveable assets like motorbikes, jewelry, and electronics. Many of the properties were former grow-houses. It was interesting work! Glad it's over though.
l***@fl.it
2017-11-04 20:01:48 UTC
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Post by Greg Carr
Police have laid multiple drug trafficking charges against a Halifax
member of the Hells Angels after a nine-month investigation that also
saw an Ontario gang member arrested.
According to a release Thursday, the investigation on drug trafficking
around a member of the Hells Angels in Nova Scotia began in February
2017.
And so many people will continue to walk around with blinders on arguing that having Hells Angels in the area is good for society. So most ridiculous notion ever. There are a criminal organization, full stop.
10-15 years ago the local police and RCMP got rid of them. They
will again. Might take a while, but they will. The law that allows the
gov't to seize their toys (when used in the commission of a crime) was a
big factor . . . gets expensive when your SUVs, bikes, ATVs, boats, etc
are taken by the crown and sold off.
Every criminal organization in history eventually gets stomped out
. . . even Al Capone and his pals . . . and Dapper Don in NYC. I don't
think a dozen motorcycle twits are going to beat out the Canadian
justice system for very long.
--
HRM Resident
As a bit of local trivia (very local, like to hfx.general), I worked with the Seized Property Management Directorate of the Public Works department to sell their Dutch Village Road clubhouse. I sold maybe 20 or so properties in the region seized through the proceeds of crime legislation. Crown Assets sold the moveable assets like motorbikes, jewelry, and electronics. Many of the properties were former grow-houses. It was interesting work! Glad it's over though.
Lol when I pass the Dutch Village Road one, I think of you. It still
has weird windows, made the building look really odd.
HRM Resident
2017-11-05 13:09:02 UTC
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Post by Greg Carr
Police have laid multiple drug trafficking charges against a Halifax
member of the Hells Angels after a nine-month investigation that also
saw an Ontario gang member arrested.
According to a release Thursday, the investigation on drug trafficking
around a member of the Hells Angels in Nova Scotia began in February
2017.
And so many people will continue to walk around with blinders on arguing that having Hells Angels in the area is good for society. So most ridiculous notion ever. There are a criminal organization, full stop.
10-15 years ago the local police and RCMP got rid of them. They
will again. Might take a while, but they will. The law that allows the
gov't to seize their toys (when used in the commission of a crime) was a
big factor . . . gets expensive when your SUVs, bikes, ATVs, boats, etc
are taken by the crown and sold off.
Every criminal organization in history eventually gets stomped out
. . . even Al Capone and his pals . . . and Dapper Don in NYC. I don't
think a dozen motorcycle twits are going to beat out the Canadian
justice system for very long.
--
HRM Resident
As a bit of local trivia (very local, like to hfx.general), I worked with the Seized Property Management Directorate of the Public Works department to sell their Dutch Village Road clubhouse. I sold maybe 20 or so properties in the region seized through the proceeds of crime legislation. Crown Assets sold the moveable assets like motorbikes, jewelry, and electronics. Many of the properties were former grow-houses. It was interesting work! Glad it's over though.
Good job, J-V-G! While you didn't make the laws to dispose of the
proceeds of crime, you did do your part in seeing that the directions of
the courts were carried out. I think that's the key to reducing
organized crime . . . don't try to shoot it out with them or lock them
up for decades as they do in regressive countries . . . just take their
profits away. They ain't selling drugs and whatever else they do for
the fun of it. They are doing it for greed and money . . . so minimize
their profits.
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