Monday, April 18, 2016

Ontario Nomad Hells Angel shot in Lachute - Update II

A 41-year-old member of the Hells Angels is in serious but stable condition after being shot while he was riding his motorcycle in Lachute. The man was riding about 10:30 a.m. when multiple gun shots were heard. He was shot in the back and is in serious but not life threatening condition.

The Ontario Nomads Hells Angel was likely saved from execution when a second motorcyclist, who was riding with them, came and dragged the victim away to a ditch. At least one person was seen speeding away in an SUV.
Sources have identified him as Phil Boudreault, a 41-year-old Sudbury native and vice-president for the Hells Angels Ontario Nomads who had been living in Quebec.
The Lachute area is north of Montreal and has a long history of biker gang activity.