A Hells Angels member from the East End Vancouver chapter has been “stripped of his gang member identity,” said Insp. Brad Desmarais of the Vancouver Police Department.
Juel Ross Stanton, arrested in relation to two violent incidents at Ivanhoe pub on Main Street, is facing assault and weapons charges. He was released on bail yesterday with a list of strict conditions.
Stanton’s identity as a Hells Angels member was “the one thing he relied on to intimidate people,” said Desmarais.
He has “been told not to wear, display or use any Hells Angels clothing, logos, colours or paraphernalia in any public place, including all of his motor vehicles and properties,” said Desmarais.
The 41-year-old “is not to associate with any Hells Angels club member … except his son Dillon.”
Desmarais said Stanton’s conditions also include no possession of weapons or illegal drugs, no drinking at any licenced establishment and a curfew between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.