Kamloops man charged with sexual assault in biker clubhouse
A Kamloops man who police say has gang ties is among three men charged in an alleged sexual assault last week at the Prince George clubhouse of the Renegades biker gang.
Charged with sexual assault with a weapon, sexual assault, assault, forcible confinement and administering a noxious substance is Adam Andrew Boyd, 21, of Kamloops.
RCMP Cpl. Craig Douglass said Boyd is "linked via police files to Hells Angels members in the Lower Mainland."
Also facing the same charges as Boyd are Albert Donald Piche, a 31-year-old who police claim is an associate of the Game Tight Soldiers in Prince George and Julian Niskakoski, 19, of Coquitlam.
On March 24, Mounties were called to the residence in the 1500 block of Fir Street in Prince George, the same day the victim, an adult female, is alleged to have been attacked.
Douglass said police believe the Renegades are a Hells Angels puppet club.
Piche has been remanded in custody until April 6. Niskakoski and Boyd were scheduled to appear in court this week.
Police are releasing few details about the victim in order to protect her identity.