One of the most influential Hells Angels of Quebec lost his driver’s license

Martin Robert

Martin Robert, who is considered one of the most influential members of the Hells Angels MC in Quebec, has lost his driver’s license for a week after being caught for the third time talking on cell phone while driving. He could also have to pay around $ 1,500 in fines and legal costs following this recurrence that occurred last Friday evening.

The 45-year-old Hells Angel was traveling northbound on Highway 15 near Mirabel when motorcycle patrol officers from the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) intercepted him around 6:30 p.m.

The driver, who was alone in the white Volvo vehicle registered on the name of his spouse, Annie Arbic, was reportedly observed talking while driving with a phone in hand, according to our sources.

Martin Robert was then on his third such offense in the period of two years, according to our sources.

This offense automatically resulted in the immediate suspension of his driver’s license for an administrative period of seven days, as provided by law. Five demerit points were also added to his driving record.

The biker also had to find a way to get home as the police immediately had his Volvo towed away.

Despite everything, Martin Robert did not seek to dispute what they accused him of, according to our information.

In the police world, Martin Robert, a former defender of the late Death Riders bikers, is believed to be possibly the most influential Hells Angels in the province today.

Martin Robert is one of the rare Quebec Hells Angels to hold the special status of “World” member. This patch is sewn on his cut celebrates the international elite of HAMC.

During Operation SharQc in April 2009, he dodged the police to seek refuge in Mexico. He had been captured nine months later in a Cancun nightclub. 

Robert was later convicted of conspiracy to murder and was released after five years behind bars.

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