B.C. Hells Angels member among 22 charged in large drug and weapons bust: Manitoba RCMP
WINNIPEG — RCMP in Manitoba say a Hells Angels member is among 22 people arrested after a four-year investigation into a Canada-wide operation that involved trafficking drugs and firearms.
Mounties say Project Divergent started in 2018 after officers noticed trends of international drug imports.
Police say Kramar could be anywhere in Canada, while Ivziku is believed to still be in the Lower Mainland.
“This operation began right here in Manitoba and reached from Vancouver to Toronto, to Colombia, Greece and the United States,” Assistant Commissioner Jane MacLatchy, commanding officer of the Manitoba RCMP, said in a statement Tuesday.
“The scope and success of Project Divergent was possible because of the tenacity of our investigators and the incredible and unfailing support of our partners. We could not have done this without them.”