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Wednesday, 23 March 2011

Francois (Frankie) Meerholz, who police say is linked to the Game Tight Soldiers and Renegades biker gangs, was picked up by Prince George RCMP about 5 a.m. Friday.


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Francois (Frankie) Meerholz, who police say is linked to the Game Tight Soldiers and Renegades biker gangs, was picked up by Prince George RCMP about 5 a.m. Friday.

The Canada Border Services Agency is now asking that Meerholz remain in custody for his alleged breach. At a detention hearing in Vancouver Tuesday, Meerholz asked to have the matter put over to next Tuesday.

Adjudicator LeeAnn King agreed to the adjournment but said based on information supplied by the CBSA “it does appear that there has been a breach of your previous release conditions.”

Prince George RCMP Cpl. Craig Douglass said Tuesday that someone called 911 early Friday morning to report a possible theft in progress.

“We got a call to a motel saying a suspicious person was seen lurking around some vehicles,” Douglass said.

When police arrived, Douglass said they found Meerholz wearing gloves and “in possession of break-in tools.”

“There was damage to the vehicle,” Douglass said. “Our investigation is still open.”

Meerholz, 23, was handed over to the CBSA for breaching the conditions of his release imposed by another immigration board adjudicator in January.

Meerholz is also out on bail on two sets of criminal charges from 2009 and 2010, including seven firearms counts.

A native of South Africa who moved to Prince George with his brother in 1999 to live with relatives, Meerholz was first ordered deported in November 2007 after convictions for theft and possession of stolen property.


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