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Renewed hunt for Canadian fugitive

Thursday, 15 March 2012

Police have intensified a search for one of Canada’s most sought-after fugitives following last week’s arrest of his Hells Angels colleague in Panama. David MacDonald Carroll, 60, aka David Carol and Wolf, is sought for 13 murders. He’s the only fugitive from Canada listed by Interpol on its most wanted website, which covers 188 countries. Carroll, a member of the Quebec Nomads Chapter of the Hells Angels, has been convicted of assault, drug trafficking and firearms offences in Canada. Police are hoping to obtain information on his whereabouts from Michel Smith, 49, of Quebec, an alleged member of the Hells Angels who was arrested in Panama last Friday after three years on the run. Smith, who was linked to Quebec’s deadly biker war in the 1990s, faces 29 charges, including 22 counts of murder in Canada. The RCMP alleged Carroll, and two others, conspired from 1995 to 2001, to murder members of rival motorcycle gangs who had allegedly refused to obtain drugs from the Nomads. Police alleged Carroll was involved in the murder of 13 people and the attempted murder of two others. Carroll has been on the lam since 2001 when he managed to escape a police sweep that led to the arrests of several members of the Hells Angels and its affiliate, the Rockers. “David Carroll is a member in good standing of the Hells Angels criminal organization,” a police poster said. He speaks English and French and can be hiding in any of the 20 countries where the bike gang has chapters. Police said he’s travelled to Brazil, Mexico, Australia, Europe, New Zealand, South Africa, the U.S. and SouthAmerica. Some reports claim that Carroll was last spotted in Australia. Carroll has Hells Angels tattoos on his right arm and back and scars on both arms.

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