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Saturday, 6 November 2010

gang-related violence following Monday's targeted killing of a high-ranking former Hells Angels associate

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Police fear escalating gang violence - Winnipeg Free Press: "gang-related violence following Monday's targeted killing of a high-ranking former Hells Angels associate.
A justice source told the Free Press officers have received internal mail in recent weeks warning that members of the Rock Machine motorcycle gang are believed to be armed and may be planning attacks against those affiliated with the Hells Angels.
The memo was circulated again this week following the shooting death of Daniel Benjamin Kachkan, 34. His body was found by his wife, Paddy, around 3 p.m. Monday inside his Point Douglas home at 99 Barber St. He had been shot, execution-style, in the back of the head.
A justice source said the killing is believed to be a deliberate 'hit,' which may be connected to Kachkan's alleged role in a previous homicide. No arrests have been made, although sources say investigators are exploring the link to the Rock Machine.
Winnipeg police spent much of Tuesday searching Kachkan's home and surrounding property. Nearly a dozen officers were in the back lane digging through Dumpsters, while members of the identification unit processed the scene. Sources say there is a strong possibility Kachkan knew his killer and may even have allowed the killer into his home, considering he went to extreme lengths to prevent intruders from gaining access to his property. His security measures included exterior camera surveillance and two guard dogs, who were found alive inside the home with Kachkan's body on Monday."

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