The third man who was charged in connection with the Hells Angels drug trafficking ring has turned himself in to police.
Sean Oliver Douglas Kendall, a 44-year-old from Port Alberni, turned himself into police on Dec. 3 and was released awaiting the court process.
This means only Kristopher Stephen Smith, a 44-year-old from Nanaimo, remains outstanding following the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of B.C. investigation.
Kendall and Smith, as well as William Bradley Thompson and William Karl Paulsen, had 41 charges approved against them following a 22-month long investigation into an alleged drug trafficking ring.
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The CFSEU-BC launched an investigation into the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club in Nanaimo and its support clubs, the Savages MC and Devils Army MC and its alleged drug trafficking ring.
Anyone with information about Smith’s whereabouts is asked to contact your local police or Crime Stoppers.