News Sudbury motorcycle gang members charged in major drug bust SHARE ON: Rocco Frangione, staff Thursday, Aug. 8th, 2019 Some of the drugs and weapons seized in a major drug trafficking investigation. (Supplied by OPP) Four men from Sudbury and another from Hamner face numerous charges after OPP cracked a drug trafficking case involving motorcycle gangs. Among the gangs were the Hells Angels and Red Devils. Numerous drugs including meth ($150,000), fentanyl ($90,000) and ($150,000) cocaine were seized in Sudbury. All the drugs seized have a combined street value of $420,000. Eight guns and rifles were also seized along with $50,000 in Sudbury. A man from the Ottawa area and another from Niagara Falls are also charged in the same case. The raids were carried on August 1st around 6:00am ending a year-long investigation. Personnel from several OPP detachments were involved in the simultaneous raids including officers from Sault Ste. Marie, Sudbury and Barrie. Five of the raids took place in the Greater Sudbury region. All of the accused are in their 30s and 40s.