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Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Alleged motorcycle gang members busted on drug trafficking charges


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Known members of the Outlaws motorcycle gang have been busted on drug trafficking charges, say police. On Jan. 25, officers from the Medicine Hat Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU) pulled over a vehicle along the Trans-Canada Hwy., near Redcliff, about 285 km southeast of Calgary. Police say 57 grams of cocaine found inside resulted in the arrests of 45-year-old Redcliff resident Brian Gougeon, 44-year-old Calgary resident Norman Playter and 49-year-old Medicine Hat resident Rene Luedee, each charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking. An additional 14 charges relating to firearms were laid the next day against Gougeon and a 40-year-old woman, also from Medicine Hat. Another traffic stop was conducted that day by the CFSEU along the Trans-Canada Hwy. near Medicine Hat, about 300 km southeast of Calgary, resulting in the seizure of 100 grams of cocaine and the arrest of 24-year-old Calgary resident Sophaly Sorm. Sorm also faces a charge of possession for the purpose of trafficking. Gougeon, Playter and Luedee will appear in court Feb. 7, while Sorm will appear Feb. 28 — it’s these four police say have known ties to the Outlaws.


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