Translated from Spanish
Crimes They are accused of committing crimes in Canada. Return. Migration prepares deportation; one had been nationalized.
SANTO DOMINGO. -Three members of a dangerous Canadian criminal gang were arrested in the Sosúa-Cabarete area of Puerto Plata, where they moved freely on motorcycles and carrying firearms despite not having authorization to reside in the country.
Intelligence agencies and the Directorate General of Migration located Canadians Alexandre Landry, Stphane Richard and Urele Joseph Real Broullette, who were arrested last weekend and are being processed for deportation to Canada.
An arrest warrant weighs against Richard for having eluded justice in his country where he faces an extortion case, while Real Broullette is charged with conspiracy to murder.
Landry and Richard will be repatriated in the next few hours, but with the Real Broullette case an investigation has been opened because despite having been deported in 2009, he now appears as a Dominican national. The Migration Directorate contemplates annulling this nationalization.
They are members of the motorcycle gang known internationally as “Hells Angel”, which is dedicated to drug trafficking, money laundering, extortion, hit men and other violent actions.
The United States Department of Justice and the Government of Canada have classified it as a highly dangerous “criminal gang”.
The detainees in Puerto Plata were seized firearms, cash, cell phones and Harley Davidson-type motorcycles.
– Hells Angel
Although it is considered a criminal organization, the Hells Angel defends itself by pointing out that they are a group of motorcyclists whose members include those who commit criminal acts but individually.