Two Kelowna men with links to the notorious Hells Angels will spend a few more years in prison.
David Revell, 44, and Richard Rempel, 25, were convicted of possession and trafficking in cocaine. Revell got five years in prison while Rempel has been sentenced to four years behind bars.
Rempel will actually only spend nine more months in jail because he's already served 19 months in pre-trial which counts as double time.
The two men stood trial with full patch Hells Angel David Giles, 58, who was also facing serious drug charges, but was found not guilty.
The Crown alleged that Giles, Rempel and Revell were trying to secure the illegal drug trade in the Okanagan.
Prison for Hells Angels' associates
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