Four men believed to be associated with a known Hells Angels support club are facing charges related to intimidation and uttering threats.
RCMP responded to a report of an attempted residential break-in at a Beaumont home on July 27. When officers arrived, initial interviews and home surveillance footage revealed five suspects. Two were observed wearing “full-patch” Tri-County Chapter Dirty Few Motorcycle Club leather vests.
On Nov. 31, following a joint investigation between the Beaumont RCMP’s general investigations section, Central Alberta District’s crime reduction unit, the Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team and the Alberta RCMP’s criminal intelligence branch, police arrested four men.
Brandon Motz, 35, Chandler McInnes, 20, Tanner Bailie, 33, and Kaul Haut, 36, all residents of Beaumont, have since been charged with intimidation, uttering threats, and two counts of mischief.
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