WINNIPEG — Three people have been arrested following an assault involving a Hells Angel member at a Corydon Avenue bar earlier this summer.
Police say an armed man was reported to be in the 700 block of Corydon in the early morning hours of July 13.
According to police, the man had been confronted by a group of Hells Angels and was assaulted by a full-patch member. The victim took out a gun and threatened the group before everyone involved fled prior to police arriving.
A search warrant was executed at a home in the 500 block of Clifton Street on July 24 as part of the police investigation into the incident. Two people were taken into custody and a number of items were seized.
- Approximately $6,000 in Canadian currency
- 42 grams of cocaine
- 82 grams of an unknown powder
- Drug packaging materials
- A digital scale contaminated with a substance
- A hydraulic press contaminated with a substance
- Brass knuckles
- A slide and barrel for a pistol
- 16 rounds of .308 Winchester ammunition
- A grow operation consisting of 12 plants of cannabis marijuana (772 grams, estimated street value of $13,440)
- Dried marijuana bud (210 grams, estimated street value of $2,100)
- Marijuana shake (594 grams, estimated street value of $2,970)
- Approximately $2,535 in marijuana grow equipment
Ryad Ashley Insanali, 33, faces a list of drugs and weapons charges. He remains in custody. A 34-year-old Winnipeg will be charged with similar offences and was released on a promise to appear.
Police have also charged Travis Timothy Pallister, 38, of Winnipeg for the initial assault. Pallister is a full-patch member of the Hells Angels and turned himself into police on Wednesday.