Saturday, December 10, 2016

Hells Angels Associate Bryce McDonald's missing guns

Kim Boland has reported on the 30 'missing' firearms related to Hells Angels associate Bryce Cameron McDonald.

Police raided McDonald’s house and storage locker in December 2013 and found 19 firearms, both restricted and unrestricted. Records revealed McDonald had purchased 49 restricted guns since getting his licence in 2009. An affidavit filed by the Crown said police found six of the missing guns while investigating other crimes, including a June 21, 2014 targeted shooting at Brentwood Mall.
In addition to a gun found in Surrey registered to McDonald, the following firearms were discovered by police ...
- On June 16, 2014 police responded to a home invasion in progress and found a loaded Storm Ruger handgun registered to McDonald.
- On January 26, 2015, a man was arrested in Vancouver for shoplifting. Police found three Glock firearms, two of which were registered to McDonald.
- On June 8, 2015, a man was arrested in Vancouver in a stolen vehicle, his home was later searched and a Beretta handgun registered to McDonald was found.
- On February 25, 2016, the Calgary Police investigated a home invasion in which five masked people entered a residence, tied up two and assaulted them. A loaded Glock handgun registered to McDonald was found.
McDonald was not charged with firearms trafficking.

The judge said McDonald had 'brazenly' lied when he suggested police had left a door open and either they or others had taken his guns.

McDonald was sentenced to 40 months in prison and a lifetime ban on possession of firearms in October.
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