Sunday, October 16, 2016

Hells Angel Robert Allen busted for 'accessory footrest' in Project Forseti


Robert David Allen
The lone remaining Saskatoon Hells Angel charged in last year's Project Forseti busts pleaded guilty this morning to drugs and weapons charges. Robert Allen, 36, was fined a total of $585 in provincial court.

Allen pleaded guilty to possessing 27 oxycontin and hydromorphone pills, and a set of brass knuckles. Allen's lawyer said the brass knuckles were an accessory footrest for a Harley Davidson motorcycle, given as a gift.
It was part of a larger operation in which police said they seized more than $8 million worth of drugs and 200 guns.
The items were seized when police raided his home in early January 2014.

Allen will be back in court in December to stand trial on drug trafficking charges.