Hells Angels member dies in police custody

Police suspect suicide after man was found hanging lifeless in cell

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March 14th, 2014 2:14 pm| by admin
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One of the central suspects in a massive ongoing cannabis case, whichhas resulted in several police raids over the past week, has died in police custody at Politigården prison.

The man, a fully-fledged member of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang, was found in his cell dead from an apparent suicide, according to DR Nyheder.

“We are alerted that a dead person was found and we will investigate whether anything criminal has occurred,” Henrik Møller, a police inspector investigating the case, told DR Nyheder.

According to Ekstra Bladet tabloid, the 41-year-old was found hanging in his cell and leaves behind a wife and three sons.

READ MORE: Police in massive cannabis raid

Among the raid arrests
The news comes a day after the police confiscated three million kroner in cash, hundreds of kilos of cannabis, weapons, cars and some Harley Davidson motorcycles in a Zealand-wide raid. Among the 80 arrests were several members of the Hells Angels.

”It’s our impression that the Hells Angels have had a leading role in connection with many of the cannabis booths in Christiania,” Jørgen Skov, a police spokesperson, told Ekstra Bladet.

Politigården prison has the capacity to house 25 prisoners and is known for containing extremely dangerous inmates.

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