Parole Board of Canada denies parole to former head of Manitoba Hells Angels
WINNIPEG — A former president of the Hells Angels in Manitoba has been denied parole.
The Parole Board of Canada says Dale Sweeney, who is 47, is a “risk to society.”
Sweeney is serving 10 years for ordering a crime be committed for a criminal organization and possession of property obtained by crime.
Parole documents say he was first arrested in 2012 in possession of $20,000 and score sheets related to a drug trafficking.
He was released without any charges, but was arrested again last year.
The documents say Sweeney had a previous record of crimes of violence, theft, fraud, attempting to obstruct justice and other offences. (CTV Winnipeg)
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