Hells Angels busted by RCMP in B.C.

Mounties seize $4 million in drug money in multiple raids

RCMP in British Columbia say they have confiscated $4 million in alleged drug money after a weekend bust of the Hells Angels, Sun News reports.

Several Hells Angels were were charged with drug trafficking after raids in Kelowna, Osoyoos and Coquitlam, including David Giles, the vice-president of the Hells Angeles’ Kelowna operations.

The investigation lasted almost two years and involved officers going into the infamous biker gang undercover. The officers found that the Hells Angels were using profits from marijuana production in southeastern B.C to import cocaine.

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