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After 10 days on the lam, the fourth suspect wanted in the shooting of a Hells Angels member and a woman in London, Ont., is in custody.

Monday, 23 January 2012

 

Peel police arrested Nikota Martin, 26, Friday in Brampton, Ont. Martin faces multiple charges, including accessory to attempt murder, failing to stop for police, dangerous operation of a vehicle, driving while suspended, improper storage of a firearm, occupying a vehicle with a firearm and possession of a firearm. London police issued a warrant for Martin’s arrest after a Jan. 11 shooting outside a suspected Hells Angels clubhouse on Grey St. in London. Diamond Ialenti, a full-patch Hells Angel, was shot along with a woman. Ialenti was in serious condition in hospital following the shooting. The woman was treated at hospital and released. Three men, including a London man and two Brampton men, were arrested shortly after the shooting following a high-speed chase. The shooting came after several arsons at London adult businesses, including a tattoo shop, two massage parlours and a strip club. A massage parlour in St. Thomas, Ont., was also torched. At least three of the businesses had ties to biker gangs. The string of arsons, along with the shooting, sparked fears of a biker war in London between longtime rivals the Hells Angels and the Outlaws. But police dismissed the rumours saying the crimes were the result of a feud between a London street gang and the Hells Angels over the lucrative drug trade.

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A person charged with a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty

A person charged with a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty

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