More charges from Cycle Logic bust
Feb 19, 2013 / 7:22 pm
More charges have been laid in connection with last summer's raid on Cycle Logic in West Kelowna.
Police in Calgary charged Nigel Bruce Huggett, 41 and Benjamin Kristopher Wilken, 30 in relation to vehicle cloning.
According to Calgary Police, they received information following the August 2 raid at Cycle Logic to be on the lookout for two particular vehicles.
The vehicles were located and, following expert examination, determined to have been previously reported stolen in BC, re-vinned (cloned) and registered in Alberta.
Huggert and Wilken, purported to be members of the Southland Chapter of the Hells Angels, were each charged with possession of stolen property over $5,000.
The August raid of Cycle Logic also led local police to raid the Peachland home of company owner John Newcome.
Kelowna police said at the time the business had ties to Nanaimo and Southland (Calgary) Chapters of the Hells Angels as well as the Throttle Lockers and Kingpin Crew from Kelowna.
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