Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Fire breaks out in former Hells Angels clubhouse in Hamilton

No injuries are being reported following a structure fire at the former Hells Angels clubhouse in Hamilton. Fire crews were called to the building at the corner of Beach Road and Gage Avenue North early Tuesday morning at around 3:07 a.m. The original call brought in six units from the fire department, but when the fire threatened a residence beside the structure, an additional four units were called in.

Gage Avenue North was closed until just after 6 a.m. The fire was knocked down quickly, but not before causing around $75,000 worth of damage.

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Hells Angels denied re-entry into Hamilton clubhouse - February 6, 2015
The Hells Angels motorcycle club failed to get back into its headquarters four days after being evicted from the building they rented at the corner of Gage Avenue North and Beach Road. The club brought a motion to court asking to re-enter the building. A judge denied the motion, which was contested by the owner of the property, Greg Tilly.
Greg Tilley in 2009
Jaime Stephenson, a lawyer acting for the club, said in an email that "the matter was not disposed of completely and litigation and discussion is ongoing‎." She has said that the club intends to fight the eviction.

A club member also asked the judge if members could retrieve personal items from the building, according to a bailiff with Halton Bailiff Services who was involved with the eviction — but that request was also denied.