Two people from Newfoundland and Labrador have been arrested in an interprovincial drug bust against the Hells Angels motorcycle club.
The accused are 41-year-old Scott Hutchings from Bell Island and Jocelyn Dunn, 26, from St. John's. The pair have been charged with conspiracy to traffic cocaine. They were both arrested on Friday afternoon in St. John’s.
They were taken in a bust dubbed "Operation Longridge," which was led by the Ontario Provincial Police.
According to a press release issued by the RCMP on Saturday the operation was “targeting members and associates of (an) outlaw motorcycle gang, specifically the Hells Angels Kitchener, Ontario chapter.”
The release went on to state that Hutchings and Dunn were arrested in an undercover operation by the RCMP St. John’s Drug Section in cooperation with the Ontario Biker Enforcement Unit.
In addition to arresting the two suspects police also seized $50,000 and an unreleased quantity of anabolic steroids.
There were more arrests connected to this case made in Ontario but it is unclear at this time how many there were in total.
Hutchings and Dunn will appear again in court on Monday.